UNIT 2: BUSINESS RESOURCES Unit 2:P1 1. JOB DESCRIPTION A. A job description is a description of a job and what skills an employee is required to get the job. B. The purpose of a job description is to show somebody who’s is interested in the job what personal and employability skills the employees has to have to be able to apply for this job.
Assessing the value of the job, is called job evaluation while assessing the employee’s performance on the job, is called performance appraisal. This paper will focus on job evaluation, its common policies and practices. Job evaluation is defined as a systematic process
There are two different purposes behind doing an individual assessment those are selection which involves hiring and promotions. The second purpose behind an individual assessment is development this involves employee counseling and career planning. In performing an individual assessment an evaluation must be performed. An evaluation involves performing tests, conferences and appraisal methods. Job evaluation and compensation primary focus is to determine the appropriate compensation is being given for the expertise and responsibilities that the job requires of an individual.
Communication of decisions made by operations on how to produce a product affects decisions made by HR management with regards recruiting, training and termination of employment contracts. An example of this is the use of a new peie of machinery by operations may require human resources to hire appropriately trained workers or train existing workers who are able to operate it. This may include having to terminate existing employment contracts in order to accommodate new workers. The performance of human resource management affects the performance of other KBF’s especially operations. It is the role of HR management to ensure that workers are skilled enough and have the motivation to complete tasks set by managerial staff.
The picked candidates that connected will have a meeting taken after by participation at an appraisal place for the last phase of the choice procedure. Individuals inspired by more store-based employments with Tesco can approach stores with their CV or register through enlisting organizations, for example, Jobcentre Plus. The store readies a holding up the rundown of individuals applying along these lines and calls them in as employments get to be
Costco could use their Facebook page to advertise their products, introduce new products, keep customers up to date on sales and other in-store events coming up. Facebook, Twitter and Youtube are currently the top social media sites businesses use. The benefits to using any type of social media are that many of them are free to use, have a large audience, allows interactions with customers which can improve customer satisfaction and increases traffic to the company’s website. Costco using any of these types of social media networks would be greatly beneficial for their company if they are performed in a professional
3.1 Advantages of crowdsourcing in firms With crowdsourcing firms can furthermore attract and retain their customers, built brand loyalty and create viral effects, as was done in the above mentioned crowdsourcing campaign of Henkel. It is thus also a way of creating awareness and managing the marketing of a company. When companies use crowdsourcing as a business strategy, they have to find a way to harness the wisdom of the crowds (Surowiecki 2004) in an effective manner in order to unlock innovation. The wisdom of the crowds is based on the fact, that a group of average people can solve tasks better than an expert. Crowdsourcing enables a company to reach a broad audience in a short period of time and involve them into the process of problem solving.
Loyal employees have positive effect on the growth and sustainability, and also can help on reducing enterprises' financial strain, saving on the cost for recruiting new staff. To gain loyalty from employees, requires constant care. Loyalty needs to be built on mutual relationship and it is not recession proof. A question posted from "The Death of Corporate Loyalty ", by cutting thousands of jobs, will enterprise be able to build loyalty and commitment among their remaining employees. In the past, long-term job tenure was expected and much higher, but such expectations are no longer as voluminous job
However, for me; The usage of e-Learning and online courses bring more benefits compared to disadvantages as it could really help us to save time and money in doing something complex and hard. All our problems can be solved with just a click on the mouse and some tapping on the surface of the
job centers, recruitment consultants, headhunters etc. Strengths: • Useful for filling in higher and more specialized positions • Useful when filling in a position quickly • Saves time for the organization of going through the hiring process Weaknesses: • High cost 3. Professional Networking/ Social media: It is a more direct method of assessing potential recruits through websites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Strengths: • Ability to reach a wider audience quickly and effectively • Low cost • Ability to collate information for future decision