Case Study: ABC, Inc
February 1, 2011
Case Study: ABC, Inc.
Being a campus recruiter is a tough job and it has its advantages and disadvantages. One of its advantages is being able to meet and train different people. Another advantage is having the power to hire qualified recruits for that specific job. Even though I get the chance to meet and train different people on a daily basis, it can become a stressful environment, which is where the disadvantages fall into play. One disadvantage is not being able to meet monthly quotas of recruits to hire, which is very important for someone in my position. Another disadvantage is being stressed out because of all the planning that has to be done to make sure that the recruits are able to be trained correctly for the job. Carl was just hired as the campus recruiter for ABC, Inc. and took on his first attempt at hiring 15 new solved before the recruits started their new job. One of the problems was that many of the new recruits had not completed the application process. The other problem was they did not have enough orientation manuals that were in good working condition for the recruits to train with. The last problem was the training room had already been reserved for the month that Carl was going to use. This analysis is going to define the problems and provide solutions on how to prevent them in the future.
Carl had told Monica Carrolls, the Operations Supervisor, that he had everything under control and that everything would be arranged in time. The new recruits were scheduled to start orientation on June 15 and to start working in July. As the days started winding down, Carl noticed that there seemed to be a problem with many of the recruits’ paper work. He then began to panic. He noticed that some of them had not completed a mandatory drug test. This kind of problem can prevent the recruits from starting work. This kind of problem should have been detected early...