Another potential term paper topic in a human resources management degree program is a look at companies' compensation and benefits packages. For example, you could write about the effects of minimum wage increases on businesses' ability to hire more employees. The paper could explore various compensation methods as well as systems for paying for performance. In addition, your paper could discuss the proper execution of mandated benefit programs including unemployment compensation, Social Security and worker compensation, as well as the advantages of voluntary benefit programs such as health benefits, retirement benefits, life insurance, time off and stock options.
There is some variation in how institutions make use of the results – candidates can contact the relevant institution(s) for more information. However, STEP papers are taken post-interview and results typically used to supplement candidates’ exam results. University College London (UCL) does not require the candidate to take STEP paper but getting grade 1 or 2 in any of the STEP papers could make up for an A*. Imperial college usually ask candidate to take STEP papers who are pursuing for Mathematics or Computer Science degree if the are unable to take MAT or if they apply to Imperial College London after the MAT exam.
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