This included conversations with fellow HR professionals as well as Managing Director of the company. Research into different techniques used at other organisations. 4. Findings 4.1 Organisational Factors The factors that affect an organisation’s approach to both attracting talent and recruitment selection are: Their wage structure The role that the organisation are recruiting for. Culture and Sector Business Objectives and Brand 4.2 Organisational Benefits The organisational benefits of attracting and retaining a diverse workforce are: Diverse workforce can help to understand broad range of customers.
(3) Choose one of the firms selected by members of your team, and using all of the information you can find, carefully describe its current human resource practices for front line jobs. (You may use the firm’s own website, PR, social media, etc., to do this.) (4) Next, evaluate how HR practices support the goals of the chosen firm. Specifically, see chapter 11 slide 4 (and possibly 5), and discuss how front line providers serve the functions listed. (5) How does the chosen firm ensure they hire the right front line people (see slides 19 and 20)?
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Jim used a series of interviews, loyal customers identified by the marketing department, and existing data systems as sources. I believe they did extensive research of vendors, competing companies, trade journals, and etc. 3. If you were looking for alternative approaches for Petrie’s customer loyalty program, where would you look for information? Where would you start?
MGMT 340 09/20/2015 Week3 Petrie’s Electronics Chapter 5 Case Questions 1. Information was collected by a vast directory. Jim and the marketing group utilized interviews from stakeholders related to the businesses they targeted. Trade journals, other companies that used the companies the group was researching, various vendors, marketing departments, and possibly even customers. The most information the group can collect from company can result in a better decision on a company that can assist with quality versus price options and customer support of products in demand.