Unit 2 Business Resources P1 Application form – Tesco will require an Application for each person that applies for the job Is a document that is used in applying for a job. The application form will have your personal details and have details on the job you are applying. Curriculum Vitae- Tesco will want to know a bit about the applicant so they will ask for a CV about you. It is a document that provides an overview of the person skills and qualification. A CV will have the person personal details, a recent picture and information of the qualification the person have.
Activities Present a portfolio of your work place evidence demonstrating your talent planning, recruitment and selection activity. This evidence should include: • your organisation’s talent planning, recruitment and selection policy • the recruitment methods your organisation uses • the selection methods your organisation uses • your contribution to recruitment and selection processes: writing a job description and person specification for a specific role writing an advert to attract applicants shortlisting applicants for interview participation in the selection interview decision-making process on whom to appoint the administration records retained, including appointment letters • the induction your organisation uses Provide a personal statement in which you: • explain the organisational benefits of a diverse workforce • explain the benefits of at least 3 recruitment and selection methods • explain the reasons for recruiting to a specific role • explain the purpose and benefits of induction • describe the areas covered by induction and the roles of those involved A witness statement (from your line manager or a peer) about your contribution to the talent planning, recruitment and selection processes in your organisation. Assessment
Case Objectives Recruiting is the first stage in which organizational plans for staffing come into contact with the labor market for employees. Before making any new recruiting effort, an organization needs to carefully consider the methods available and balance out the costs of each method with the organization’s needs. The recruiting case provides an opportunity to see how staffing managers develop plans for recruiting efforts. You will develop a recruiting strategy and a recruiting guide for the store associate job. The case also demonstrates how you can use organizational data to determine what the best methods for recruiting are.
After the human resource department is aware of the new hire or trainee accepting the job offer, the human resources department will be able to start the background check, and verify the candidate is knowledgeable making sure the applicant is qualified for the position desired. The Human Resources department with coordination of the department manager should be able to set up the date and time for a new hire orientation to relieve the campus recruiter of these duties so he can focus on the various processes of recruiting new
HR will select individuals based on there experience, performance appraisal and a pre-screening interview. If applicants pass the pre-screening by HR the Vice President will interview the candidates. Employee records will be readily available as all candidates are being hired internally. The Vice president and HR are in the process of developing a compensation and promotion plan that will consist of a base salary and bonus structure. The training program will focus on the new sales strategy and center around the short and long-term goals of the company.
Review the simulated workplace information for Fast Track Couriers. 2. Following the communications plan provided in Appendix 4, develop a survey to gather feedback from employees. 3. Meet with a union representative (your assessor) to receive and discuss the results of the survey.
3. List the steps to get employees engaged in the work and how to receive buy-in for quality work. How will this reduce errors and increase the quality of work? information packet The task force developed an information packet for each of the clinical areas, says Turbin. “Each included a ‘to-do’ checklist for managers, and scripts we developed for meetings; we wanted staff to tell patients about the program during orientation,” she explains.
Scenario Two: Cost Club Human Resources Department Background This is a continuation of the facts presented in Scenario One. If necessary, review Scenario One before reading Scenario Two. In Scenario One, you assumed the role of Assistant Manager of Human Resources (HR) for a regional office of Cost Club. Your first assignment was to address important issues presented in five messages that your boss, the HR Manager Pat (Pat’s last name is the same as your course facilitator) forwarded to you. Now that you have dealt with those five messages, you are given a broader assignment with more responsibility.
D1- Evaluate the usefulness of the documents in the interview pack for a given organisation, in facilitating the interview process Curriculum Vitae I think that the CV is very useful in the interview pack as it can help a business to have an overview of a candidate. As the CV containing short summary about yourself and your work experience I think this helps an organisation to see how your work ethic is like, which helps them when comparing to other candidates in the selection process. From my own experience at BP interview it helped them see what type of person I am and the qualification I have. The CV also let myself know that the information written about me wasn’t that appealing in the CV, so it needs to improve as I came across better in person. However as a
In the room, I was the person who was welcoming and introducing the interviewer to other members of the board which were the secretary and the HR. The interview was the one who would give their C.V. From the C.V I was asking my interviewer who was Rebecca Sharland questions from there. This is Rebecca Sharland during the interview My other role in the interview was, a secretary whereby I was taking notes of what the