Human Resources Management Report
Research report on Human resources recruitment, selection and induction processes. 1500 words, No Plagiarism.
Select an internationally well-known organisation, describing:
- The nature of the organisation
- It's design and structure
- It's culture
- The organisation's strategic and operational plans
Identify (or create) and analyse the organisation's goals and objectives for recruitment, selection and induction. Evaluate their effectiveness including commenting on how well they align with the organisations strategic and operational plans.
Using the information from part 3, now undertake human resource planning for staffing your organisation and document the processes and outcomes as follows:
- Who did you consult with to determine the staffing needs and why were these people the most appropriate?
- How did you determine the staffing needs i.e. what methods did you use?
- How did you ensure the accuracy of the job descriptions and person specifications used as part of the Human Resources Planning Process and why would this be considered an important part of the Human Resource Planning Process?
- What are the staffing needs for the organisation?
- What is the available supply both inside and outside the organisation to meet these needs?
- What are your recommendations for meeting any short between demand and supply of staff
The human resource planning process in any organisation will no doubt result in the need for recruitment and selection action to be taken.
- Describe the training assistance you would recommend for staff within your organisation. Who would be involved in such action?
- Create a training program you would recommend, including details of when, where, what, who and how the program would be conducted. Include a brief estimate of the costs involved.
In preparation for the new staff your organisation will employ, review the current induction program. In documenting the results of your review, comment on the following points and make recommendations as appropriate.
- The adequacy of training and assistance provided to those involved in the induction process
- Strategies in place to ensure that inductions are completed in accordance with the organisations induction plan
- Management and support of new employees during the probationary period especially in the area of structured on-going feedback
- Methods used to gain feedback from all the stakeholders involved in the induction process i.e. what improvements have been made to the process as a result of the feedback gained.