Fundamentals of Human Resource Management Study Set 12
Quiz 5 :
Planning for and Recruiting Human Resources
Every business organization needs a team to meet the objectives. However, it is hard to find loyal talent. The approach to recruitment carries supreme importance for the continuing success of the organization. ATS's approach to recruitment valuable for clients: ATS helps the clients with recruiting problems by tackling with the problem itself. The services of ATS are valuable for the clients because it is really hard to find skilled and reliable machinists and maintenance technicians. ATS focuses on fulfilling the need of labor and meets the demand of companies by making recruitment from several sources. A good recruitment and selection policy is essential to assist an organization to develop an accurate description of job. It not fulfills the requirement of a job but also ensures that the organization is able to maintain its commitment to serve the employees equally.
The restaurant industry is highly competitive. Highly skilled personnel are the key to make the restaurant business stand out from crowd. Therefore, the business must focus on adopting successful strategies in comparison to the competitors to gain compete advantage. The results of the survey disclose that the key challenge for more than 700 small business owners is finding the right people for their business. To gain competitive advantage over the other players in the market, the restaurant business owner has to explore the people skills the most. Dealing with people in the mist effective manner is the key criteria to run a restaurant business successfully. Running a restaurant business successfully requires interaction with different kind of people, both at front and back office. Finding qualified employees, exploring employee experience, culture and developments should be the priorities for the restaurant owner to gain competitive advantage.
Downsizing is a tool often used by organizations to save labor cost and reserve the resources of business. The approach is mostly applied when an organization is not in the position of keeping up its expenses or is overwhelmed with debts. Despite the cost advantages an organization can gain, downsizing has also some negative impacts on the organization as well as on the employees. Pros and cons of downsizing: • Pros: The only pros in the given case are that the company managed to limit the costs and maintained profits. The percentage of items in stock improved. • Cost: In the given example, the company had to face shortage of employees to run its stores. Shortage of employees led to difficulty for the customers as there was less help available to them with longer checkout lines. Employees were not able to keep the shelves stocked with merchandise. This is not a very shopping good experience for the customers and impacted the level of satisfaction with the service.