Kellogg's Case Study

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Kellogg’s
Introduction
Kellogg’s is a food processing industry which was found in February 19, 1906 in Battle Creek, Michigan, U.S. The founder of this company was Will Keith Kellogg. At that time the company produced and marketed the hugely successful Kellogg’s toasted corn. Now, Kellogg’s products are manufactured in 18 different countries and marketed over 180 countries and it is the second largest snack food company in the whole world.

Vision statement “To enrich and delight the world through foods and brands that matter.”
Mission statement
Kellogg’s have a set of values rather than a mission statement. These are some of the values:
• Showing respect for and value all the individuals who work in the company.
• Speaking and thinking positively
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Identify vacancy and evaluate need
Before advertising the position, it is important for the business to consider the following:
• Conduct a job analysis in order to ensure proper classification. Director of sales department of Kellogg’s is responsible for this step.
• “Review the role and look if there any changes are required as certain tasks performed by the previous may or may not be performed by the new candidate.” (Recruitment & Selection hiring process, 2015)

2. Develop position description
Identify duty and responsibility.
a. General information: these are the basic information’s applicants should know before applying to the job. (Recruitment & selection hiring process , 2015) Examples of some general information includes:
- Payroll title
- Pay grade
- Department name
- Department head
b. Position purpose: should summarize the main purpose of the jobs so that everyone will have a clear understanding of the main purpose.
c. Essential job functions: it describes the duty and responsibility, the minimum requirements and the preferred qualification needed for the job. Describing the essential functions of the job, job seekers will have a clear understanding of the roles and duties of the

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