The benefits of a job description are: If the job description is well-written and accurate it helps the company to attract individuals with the right qualifications which will make the selection and recruitment process faster. If the job description includes a good explanation of the job role it will prepare a potential employee what will be expected from him or her. As it will list the minimum requirements only people with the right qualifications and experience will apply and this will save the company time. The limitations are: - Due to a job description an employee may be not as flexible and might refuse to do other tasks that were not listened in the job description. A job description usually just summarizes the tasks that have to be done and this might be very narrow, this will make a potential employee assume that there is not a lot to do in this job and then might not expect the full responsibilities of a job and then might quit for this reason.
My choice of leadership styles are consulting and selling. With these two styles I feel I can communicate and explain to my staff more properly and make them understand what the job implies and make them more comfortable to approach me for help and advice regarding the job. This way I feel more comfortable and can get to know them at the same time asses them and look for their strength and weaknesses. In this manner it gives them the opportunity to understand me and my style of approach with them. The definition of Selling is where staffs are unable but willing and lack the ability due to lack of experience but have enthusiastic for the work.
This allowed me to then search through the manager vacancies which are local to my post code. I was then able to view the different posts available and decide on which job to apply for. What Nando’s also do on their advert for the management teams is they call their managers “patrȁos” which means head of the family, this is a good technique to use on the advert as there letting the employee know that they will be welcomed in the Nando’s family. A job advert would help a company such as Nando’s because it will only attract people who are interested in the job offered to me the job seeker. Furthermore an advert would help me
Name: Jeyson Chee Chin Seong Student ID: 1301100413 Case Study: Drifting Toward the Storm Discussion Questions 1) What should Ray include in his job description for the director of engineering position? Generally, job descriptions provide important information regarding duties and expectations for both employers and employees. Effectively developed job descriptions are communication tools that can contribute to an organization's success. While well-written job descriptions can help guide an employee, poorly written descriptions may contribute to a lack of understanding of key job responsibilities. For instance, Ray could increases the chances of hiring the right person for the director of engineering position if it is
The report is a result of studying and comparing the ideas expressed in a small compilation of articles and self opinion on the arguments presented by them, and is not intended to be an exhaustive discussion on the topic but just an approach to the topic. There are pros and cons in use of technology to manage work priorities. There are a wide range of applications to help to keep track on progress of the work we do and a diversity of equipment which let us communicate, transfer, keep an share information and documents in an effortless and quick way. These advantages empower us to manage our time to achieve a better work/life balance. For our discussion purpose we assume that there is technology widely available to use, and could be used better, to achieve a productive and enjoyable life all around the world.
Then, the interview protocols were also used to obtain the information during the interview. These protocols included a heading, an instruction to the interviewer, the questions related to the teacher’s understanding, experiences, and solutions. The semi-structured interviews were considered to be applied in these interviews because they are most useful for obtaining information to test a specific hypothesis that the researcher has in mind (Fraenkel et al., 2012). Besides, Cohen (cited in Herlina, 2014) reveals that the semi-structured interviews allow informants the freedom to express their views in their own
Methods of collecting information for Job Analysis Questionnaires - Structured or unstructured questionnaires may be used to obtain job analysis information. Questionnaires can be a quick, efficient way of gathering information from a large number of employees. But, developing and testing a questionnaire can be expensive and time consuming. Observation-Direct observations are useful when jobs consist of mainly observable physical activity as opposed to mental activity. A potential problem with direct observations is reactivity, which is where workers change what they normally do because they are being watched.
Before one get a job one must apply for one. At times jobs are simple to find, but they can also be hard. The first thing one must do is research the job they are looking for. There are many ways to look for a job and at the same time, many jobs. Because there are so many, a person must really filter their search in order to find exactly what they want and enjoy.
<Institutional affiliation> Individual Difference at Workplace By <Student’s Name> <Date> <Lecturer’s Name and Course Number> Performance at the place of work is the primary concern of the employment fraternity. However, individual differences can serve as the major barrier to complete understanding of the approach to work and eventually undermine performance. Cognitive ability and intelligence are the precise premises that can elucidate the differences shown by individuals at the workplace. These two factors interplay in the process of understanding individual differences. An individual’s personality, independently or confounded with his or her intelligence, primarily can explain how they behave and account for their performance as well.
Are you stressed out? The job interview is usually the most stressful part of the job search. You find a likely employer; you submit the application and now they are showing an interest by calling you in for an interview. You are very stressed knowing the interview can make or break your chance of getting the job. It doesn't have to be a stressful situation.