It may include specific requirements such as qualifications or skills they may need and specific duties that the job entails before you even apply for the job. A job description is used as a general guide on the roles you will need to undertake as part of the job and is used to tell people about the standard information such as pay grade and hours you’re expected to work. An example would be a company like Tesco’s would use a job description to inform the people who are applying what the general things they will be asked to do whilst working. The usefulness to the employer is that they have clearly told all of the applicants what they will be asked to do and what the role they will have to carry out, this means that all applicants will already know what they have to do and will save the employer explaining the roles to every applicant. The usefulness to the employee would be that they will have a clear understanding of what they will be asked to do and what days they will be asked to work so this will mean that they wouldn’t have bothered applying if they didn’t agree with the roles.
This would be required for any job as you need to be able to understand other colleagues and customers/public. At McCarthy and Stone IT skills are needed as an employability skill and is important that they identify this at the beginning of the recruitment process so there are no confusions of what is expected form employees. The main purpose of a job description is to collect data to advertise for a certain job. To do so the business needs to include personal and employability skills needed for the job. This gives candidates a clear view of what is required from them.
The role of human resources has historically been confined to mundane administrative tasks related to payroll and benefits administration. However, modern science, psychology and technology reveal the importance of recruiting the right person for a specific position. One can person can topple a company, or bring it to new heights of glory. Right-Fit theory provides that a job candidate’s fit has less to do with their professional and/or educational experiences, and more to do with the sum of their parts. Meaning that, it is vital that recruiters and human resources look beyond a resume or job networking site profile and more so at the person’s life experience, attitude, culture, and background.
It is important to get the right person for the job. The right person will add value to an organisation, the wrong person can increase costs and reduce quality. Organisations can never be sure that they have selected the right person until he or she starts work, but an effective recruitment and selection process can reduce the risk. Recruitment and selection process 1. Job analysis – process of examining the various elements of a job, e.g.
Human Resource Management Karen Bedsaul Bus303 Human Resources Robin Wetherington April 23, 2012 Human Resources development is important when an employee is applying for a position with the company so the recruitment, planning and selection of the right employees would be important to the company. The company would want to make sure to handle the hiring process properly so the people who are being hired would not eventually want to look elsewhere for another position after just a few days or weeks. An employee who is applying for a position may want the job for other reasons than for
Many employers now evaluate the applicant’s credit report, although it does the employer no good knowing what companies you have or have not paid it tells them a whole lot about how responsible the person is; which is one of the most essential skills needed to be successful in today’s workforce. In my opinion, the most ideal employee will have the skills of being punctual, honest, responsible, kind, being able to work well with others, and being willing to further their education. They will also have the knowledge of knowing when to use their resources and where to find the information needed, and to not be fearful of the consequences when they make a mistake and being honest enough to verbalize it. The skill of being punctual speaks for itself when working any job it is important that you are clocked in and ready to work when you shift starts. Not only because you have a job of which, is organized based on your scheduled hours, but also for the respect of your co- workers.
It will have an introduction at the start of the person specification giving details about the job like job title, post reference number management responsibilities (including whom the employee needs to report to and is responsible for). It will then detail attributes that the organisation wants that person to have, for example, their type of personality or intelligence level. Example below: Application Form An application form is a sheet of paper which an employee fills out, to show that they are interested in this job, so the senior team of the certain corporation can positively compare the against others, and choose the best fit for the purpose, also employers that use them usually will use them in the public sector where it’s not about paper-pushing but ensuring there is a systematic way of comparing candidates. Anyone applying for jobs local or
TMA 02 – Ready to Eat Part A There are a number reasons why people leave jobs and staff turnover can be high. The main points could be, that they no longer feel motivated, moral in the work place could be having a negative effect, the job they are doing is not what was advertised and my not be happy with the management style. This is just a few factors to take into consideration when people leave jobs resulting in high turnover. One example in the recruitment process that maybe used is, competency based interview questions where you are required to give a specific examples. By giving a specific example it shows you have understood the question and you are competent to do the role should you fall into similar situations.
Others also include for employees to get help getting paid the National Minimum Wage, Time off and holidays, Annual leave, Time to train: being able to request time at work to learn new skills, Time off for dependants, Working hours, Working time limits (the 48-hour week) Rest breaks, Overtime, Flexible working, The right to request flexible working, Working from home, Part-time work, Sickness absence, Time off for sickness, Statement of Fitness for Work (fit note) How work can keep you healthy and lastly Employment protection during business transfers and takeovers. 1.3 Outline why legislation relating to employment
It is important for counsellors to make clients aware that they are working towards an ending in counselling. Especially if the counselling takes place in an agency that offers time limited sessions. Clients should leave counselling with a feeling of closure and not a feeling of abandonment or being left abruptly. Reviewing sessions weekly and checking clients feelings allows them to raise any issues they may have surrounding endings. This allows the counsellor and client to work on any issues before the series of sessions