| List each document used in the recruitment process your organisation, use documents you find as evidence | | 3. | Explain the purpose of each document, ensuring you relate your description to the organisation you are investigating | | This task should achieve the following criteria:P1P1 describe the recruitment documentation used in a selected organisation.Guidelines.Please include forms outlined in the guidelines. You may do this in groups and share resources if you put all the names of the group on your assignment and highlight your contribution. 1. Introduce the company which you will be referring to in your write up.
These supplement the statutory employment rights and protect the employees from unfair treatment and discrimination. 2b) List three key points of legislation that affect employees in a business environment. 1. Equal pay Act 1970 - Employees who do equal work or work of equal value must receive the same pay as workers of the other sex. 2.
Integrated Logistics for DEP/GARD Pamela Hanson March 8, 2015 Introduction to Logistics Management MGT 309 Instructor: Dr. Pattie Williams BACKGROUND DuPont Engineering Polymers (DEP) has been the supplier to Gard Automotive Manufacturing (GARD) for about 15 years. Tom Lippet is the sales representative for DEP, and Mike O’Leary is the current, but retiring, purchasing agent at GARD, and Richard Binish has been appointed as Mike O’Leary’s successor. Mike O’Leary had awarded DEP’s bid previously based on the fact that DEP had a quality product which resulted in little to no complaints about the product from the manufacturing managers and that prices were kept low. However, upon the appointment of Richard Binish to purchasing agent, Tom Lippet learns that the DEP contract will only be awarded for a period of one year. This is to allow Richard Binish to evaluate GARD’s suppliers.
This method converts net income to net cash from operating activities. When using the indirect method a company must convert net income to net cash by gathering net income and adding or subtracting adjustments, this would give the company the Net cash, without having to go thru detail transactions. . Even though the indirect method may be easier for a company to manage their cash flow, I believe that this method may bring more work in case of an audit. (Weygandt, Kimmel, & Kieso, 2010. p 618).
Annual Report for eBay Inc. Year Ending 2011 Shaun Evan Wright ACC 100: Accounting Professor Howard Katz Strayer University March 2013 Introduction With any company, you have an annual report. An annual report is a document that identifies and communicates to different investors and other people concerned about that company’s financial status. The annual report takes a look at the company’s financial earnings, assets, controls and procedures, quantitative and qualitative disclosures, etc. In this paper, that I am writing, we will explore and gather information from a very reputable and known company known as eBay Inc. I will be using their annual report from 2011, and explain the main sections of the report, discuss key factors that helped influence the company’s financial performance for the year stated above, the company’s assets, and we will also explain how management characterizes the internal control environment.
Understand the Process of Strategic Planning & Be Able To Formulate a New Strategy ‘Name’ ‘Instructor’s Name’ August 8, 2013 Strategic management is the technique of devising, executing and assessing the cross-functional business decisions, that will help an organization achieve its business goal. The process of strategic management starts from defining the business objectives of the concern, then develop the policies and plans to achieve those objectives, allocate the necessary resources required for successful implementation of the plans and finally implement those plans. Thus strategic management is a combination of tasks of different functional areas or departments of an organization, focused on achieving the organizational targets. It offers the general direction to the organization, and prepares the enterprise to meet its tentative circumstances with due assiduousness. The following part of the essay aims at defining some of the important terminologies and concepts used in strategic management.
Examples are used where necessary to help explain the method. Links to further material and sources of information on this topic are also provided to help you learn more about Balanced Scorecard. After reading this paper, you should be able to apply the concepts and use the balanced scorecard method to analyse any organisation. Balanced Scorecard is a concept that measures a company's activities in terms of its vision and strategies, to give managers a comprehensive view of the performance of a business. This new approach to strategic management was developed in the early 1990s by Dr Robert Kaplan (Harvard Business School) and Dr David Norton.
Question 2: Explain the aims and objectives for any company. Also, draw a process map for any of the function. Answer: What is a business aim? A business aim is what a business intends to achieve in the future, or within a certain range of years. Business aims are decided and set at the start of the business and then reviewed and revised regularly.
Executive summary The aim of this report is to analyse Tesco’s strateiesy both in corporate level and business level. The report will begin with the background information in Tesco, then the overall business will introduce Tesco’s current business situation, competition, operation and important issues. Secondly, the advantages and problems of product – diversification strategy are formulated. Followed by the ways of diversification, Tesco also made good use of cost leadership strategy and differentiation. Following the corporate strategies and based on relevant strategic management theories and concepts, this report will analyse the company’s current strategies on expanding in the US market.