Title: Tanglewood Case #3 Name: Debbie A. McCalla Course # and Title: HRM: 594 School: Keller Graduate School Instructor: Dr. B. Carden Date: Sunday June 1, 2014 INTRODUCTION One of Tanglewood’s organizational staffing strategies is to continuously make available store associates positions; however, in conjunction to that plan, they have to start looking at the best means of recruiting from the job market in order to acquire the best fit. In doing so, the management team has to peruse the various recruitment methods to garner the necessary choice for the positions being recruited for, and very importantly, they have to factor in the associated cost with each method. This case is aimed to aid Tanglewood in the following areas: recruitment guide, the estimated yields and costs associated with each method, and to make available proposed messages for recruiting. Recruitment Guide: Tanglewood Store Associate Position: Store Associate Reports to: Director of Retail Qualifications: High School Diploma; some college (preferred); at least 6 months experience in store retail; strong interpersonal and communication skills Relevant Labor Market: Washington and Oregon Timeline: Ongoing Activities to Undertake to Source Well-Qualified Candidates: Regional print advertising; job posting on company’s website; request internal and external referrals; oversee and enable kiosk-recruiting operations; utilize staffing agencies Staff Members Involved: Human Resource Personnel (Recruiting Manager and V.P. ), Director, Store Managers, Potential Peers and Direct Reports Budget: $2,500-$4,500 Targets for Recruiting Efforts The label of target group “passive job seekers” and “noncandidates” are best suited for Tanglewood’s recruiting, due to the position of “open store associates” and their organizational context.
This has been significantly addressed and strong communication and staff development policies have been developed taking the experiences and thoughts of the staff into account. These are now in the first year of implementation, and will be evaluated properly in April 2015 when that first year comes to an end. Staff felt that there was a ‘them’ and ‘us’ culture with the Trustees, so this was addressed in 2 ways firstly staff being given access to the trustee minuets and secondly through the weekly internal newsletter which both staff and trustees, contribute to and receive. As the organisation continues to develop and the strategy enters its second year communication will again need to be looked at to ensure that it is effective to all members of staff. I have learnt that it is imperative that as a manager you do not become complacent when communicating the objectives of the organisation and you should regularly ensure that staff are aware and have a continued understanding.
This now makes the real question; how do we change this? When introducing technology into any school district we must follow all policies and procedures set forth by that district. This usually means there will be several committees to review the proposed technology to see if it fits into the budget and timelines already in place. Upon approval the committees will approve specific technologies to be implemented. Once the approval list goes out the teachers will be notified the stages of implementation and the tentative training schedule.
2. Develop an outline for the meeting that includes, at a minimum, the topics to be covered and the sequence in which you plan to discuss them. Part One: Introduction *Thank Taylor for coming into the office today. *Agenda – We will talk about Taylor’s situation, and then we will lay out possible options and solutions for going forward. *Remind Taylor that this is a free consultation and that we can also discuss options for retaining the firm.
According to the case study, “business anticipated spending more than $10 million each year on PCBs”. As a result, Stryker would like to become a competitive and well establish corporation in this market. Furthermore to solve this problem, the manufacturing managers have three options to improving the situation. 1. Maintain the current basic sourcing policy for PCBs, but with important modifications 2.
| 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.
I already see so many changes that I could make within the department that I am in now but because I just started 3 months ago I am waiting until my ninety days are up which is next week, and we have are department meeting I will bring the changes to my managers attention. 3. How might career satisfaction impact self-image? Career satisfcation might impact self-image because you as the person will be doing the position you have wanting to do and if you like what your doing you will strive to shine and your self-image will be a positive one and will
Final Essay Questions Assignment Trista K. Schuster Ottawa University May 2, 2015 Abstract The following paper will provide answers to the following 6 essay questions. 1. Discuss the forces influencing the workplace and learning, and explain how training can help companies deal with these forces. 2. Discuss what factors need to be considered before making the decision to outsource training.
John and Jill ask you to prepare the following points in your report to present to the meeting. TASK 1 LO1 Understand how systems are used to manage financial resources in health and social care 1.1 Explain to the committee the expenditure, budget, capital and potential income for your new dynamic care home. For this part of the report you will need to explain what principles of costing will be used and what would be the most appropriate business control systems to monitor financial information within the home. 1.2 Identify to the committee which information will be needed in order to manage the financial resources. In this part of the report you should consider your business costs.