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 HRM a.

Introduction 

– start with 

a summary of the case and the main issues as you see them

,  formulate 

a thesis statement and elaborate 

on it

b.

Findings 

– describe the issues identified and a brief 

analysis of them.  

Analyses

should be 

supported by proper evidence and facts given together with relevant 

theory

and course 

concepts.

c.

Discussion is the main and crucial part of the case

.  This is the largest part

of the writing.  

d.

Alternative solutions and Implementation

e.

References

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