Case Study Analysis
The central problem that can be seen in this case study is Carl Robins’s negligence in following through with his responsibilities in an organized, comprehensive manner. Carl Robins had made arrangements for his new hires to come to the facility and have a training orientation; however, had not made the necessary arrangements or preparations for this orientation. The new recruitment files have not been properly obtained, files such as missing applications and missing transcripts, and none have had drug tests completed as well. There are not an adequate number of orientation manuals nor has he reserved the training room. Because of the situation presented within ABC, Inc., Carl Robins needs to have a solution in order to train the new employees in a timely manner so they can begin performing their duties.
From the information provided, and intensive analysis and research, the problems clearly identified in this situation is the lack of attention to detail, poor organization, coordination, communication, planning, and dedication. After being instructed, with ample time for completion, of his duties of providing the orientation papers, manuals, policy booklets, training schedule, all of the new employee physicals, drug tests and other issues, Carl left till almost the last minute the verification of all these requirements. Because of the bad coordination and communication between Carl and Joe from technology services, the training room was not reserved for the correct time of the new employee orientation. Not just that, the lack of attention to detail prevented him from realizing that there were some files missing in the employee’s applications including personal requirement files. Carl Robins was not dedicated enough to the duties of his job. Also, he did not make any preventative arrangements to resolve any dire situations like these if one had presented itself. He had merely designated the beginning date of the...