Develop a formal research paper analyzing employees’ legal selection and management for an HRT agency or organization. Focus on one HRT industry and setting: Hospitality/tourism (hotel, restaurant, cruise line, airline or casino), recreation (park, sport, aquatics, day camp, military or campus recreation program) or recreation therapy program (medical, city, school or prison). Content Your paper should include information needed for new management trainees in one HRT industry/setting about employment laws and legal selection/management of employees. Include legal considerations related to the design of job announcements, recruitment practices, interview questions, the hiring process, orientation/training, performance evaluation and disciplinary procedures. Discuss proactive actions that can be taken by managers and staff to comply with employment laws, protect the rights of individuals and fairly select/manage employees. Clearly identify the HRT industry/setting/type of agency or organization and employment laws that you researched. Evaluate and analyze information obtained from a minimum of three (3) current and credible sources (use the course textbook as one of the references). Draw details in your own words from the references and provide evidence to support statements in the paper. Cite references in APA format in every paragraph of the paper (in-text) and at the end (full citations). Use headings to help organize the paper and make sure you cover the required sections. Some examples of the types of headings that could be used: Industry/Setting, Employment Laws, Job Announcements, Recruitment Practices, Interview Questions, Hiring Process, Orientation/Training, Evaluation and Disciplinary Procedures. References Use information about employment laws from Chapter 14 of the textbook as one of the three required references. (I will provide notes from Ch. 14, so don’t worry about this- separate attachment) Then locate a minimum of two more academic references directly related to the selection and management of employees in your selected HRT setting. Use search strategies (keywords, databases, library catalog) to locate current references that were published in the past 16 years (2006-2022) and are specific to your selected industry and setting. Use keywords when searching for articles: (hotel, recreation program, employment law, hiring, employee supervision, etc.). All references used must be current, relevant, credible and directly related to employment law, selection/management of employees and the type of HRT agency or organization you are focusing on. The only types of acceptable references are: 1. Course Textbook (will provide specific notes in an attachment) 2. Full-text peer-reviewed journal articles. 3. Books. 4. Trade or industry publication articles (published to educate and inform professionals working in a trade or industry). 5. Articles, data, legal requirements or analysis from governmental web pages (.gov), and educational web pages (.edu). 6. Conference proceeding articles. 7. Dissertations/theses. Use only the type of references listed. All references must be published or revised between 2006-2022 and include the name of the author/editor/organization. Do NOT use magazine articles (designed for the public), blogs, encyclopedias, dictionaries, Wikipedia, magazines, book reviews, abstracts, videos, or newspaper articles as references. Do not use any reference without a current date; that includes web pages (n.d. is not acceptable). Format 1. You are writing a formal paper; use the third person (no I, we or you). For example: According to researchers (Smith, 2017), one civil right law that is important for hotel managers to know about is . . . 2. The written assignment must be submitted in Word or PDF format (.doc, .docx. or .pdf). 3. The paper should be a minimum of 1,500 words, including the introduction, body and conclusion. An abstract, title page, running head, and table of contents should not be included and will not count toward the required length. 4. The paper should be typed, double-spaced, utilize a 12-point readable font, be edited, and spell and grammar checked. 5. Double-space the entire paper, do not include extra spaces between paragraphs or sections. Indent the first line of each paragraph. Limit paragraphs to 4-7 sentences in length. 6. Include APA format citations throughout the text of the paper (author’s last name, year of publication), and full APA citations in the reference section at the end of the paper. 7. Include an introduction, body, conclusion, and reference section. 8. Do not use any direct quotes, lists or bullet points in the paper. Write full sentences in paragraph form. The content should be in your own words, based on the use of appropriately cited reference materials. 9. Use appropriate grammar, spelling, sentence structure and punctuation. 10. Organize the flow of information in the paper, with good transitions between ideas and headings to add structure. Work will be submitted to a Turnitin link. The Similarity Report should show 14% or less similarity to the work of others, including the reference citations. Make sure sentences or sections do not match the work of other authors or your previous work. No direct quotes or should be used from any source. Side Note: One of the 3 references must be from the course’s textbook. I will provide notes from the required chapter. Here is the textbook citation: Morris, K. L., Ohlin, J. B., & Sliger, S. T. (2022). Hotel, restaurant, and travel law: A preventive approach (Eighth). Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.