Case Study Analysis
COMM/215 Essentials for College Writing
October 11, 2011
Case Study Analysis
This case study will serve as an example of what happens when procrastination takes place, how things may seem to get out of hand. Poor planning and procrastination can be an elixir for a person not to reach goals affecting his or her leadership. This case study will examine the issues that leaded to frustration of an employee named Carl Robins, who is a recruiter for a company named ABC, Inc. It will describe the major issues that took place jeopardizing an orientation for new hired employees to the company. It will also serve as an instrument to bring possible solutions to reach the desired goal.
The case describes Carl Robins as a new employee who has been on-the-job for six months. For a person who is lacking the experience of a recruiter Carl Robins did very well when he hired 15 new employees to work for Monica Carrolls, the Operations Supervisor. The recruiting started early in month of April which, allowed time to prepare for the orientation day set up for June 15. About a month later Monica contacted Carl to let him know the things that needed to take place for the orientation; Carl agreed, but by the end of the month, nearly 15 days to the due date, he decides to open the trainee file to finalize the paperwork. To his surprise he discover that the majority of the persons he recruited did not complete his or her paperwork and those who did were missing papers. To add to his agony, none of the new hired persons were sent to the mandatory drug screen test. Later he discovers that technology services is setting up its computer equipments in the room that the orientation will take place for the entire month of June.
The responsibilities of a recruiter are to work closely with hiring managers. Carl failed to communicate in a consequent manner with his Operations Supervisor,...