Reference no: EM13864768
Differentiate between recruitment and selection
Explain the importance of selection
Diagram the sequence of a typical selection process
Explain the responsibilities of the selection
Value the importance of selection process for organizational staffing requirements
Analyze the value of selection measures and procedures in the workplace
Human resources are considered the most valuable asset of any business, so it is very important to have a systematic recruitment and selection process.
Students are required to analyze the crucial aspects associated with recruitment and selection which could be adopted as a best practice by other organizations.
A) Report Structure:
1. Cover page: It includes:
a. College name and logo
b. Program name
c. Course name
d. Course Code
e. Project / case study title
f. Academic Year - Semester
g. Group Names and IDs with students' signature
2. Acknowledgements - It is the norm to thank those individuals who have provided assistance during your project.
3. Table of contents: This shows the major and minor sections and outlines the structure. It should also contain a list of diagrams, charts, tables and so on.
4. Executive summary: it very briefly summarizes the contents of the whole report. It is important as it helps the reader to decide whether it is worth reading the whole report.
1. Introduction: This tells the reader what your report contains. Here you should give the reader an idea of the problems you found, your method of research, the objectives of your study, and source and methods of collecting data.
2. Body of the Report: This is the largest part of your report and it should be logically ordered, easy to read and easy to understand. One way of presenting it well is to number the sections (or main headings), sub-headings and points. For example:
1.1 First point.
1.2 Second point relating to the same sub-heading.
Your sub-headings should be clear and lead your reader logically through the information you are presenting and the conclusions you have drawn from it.
3. Conclusion and Recommendations: here you summarize your report very briefly, noting the main points of the data. The conclusion of the report should answer what you said you wanted to accomplish in your problem statement. Write any possible recommendations associated with your findings in the report.
1. Appendices: this is where you put any supplementary material that would interrupt the flow of the body of the report it could include summary tables, charts, data, etc.
2. References: you can use books, journals, newspapers, websites and interviews (minimum four references, two should be books).
B) General Organization Requirements
• The report must be typed, 1.5 spaced, on one side of the paper only.
• Pages should be consecutively numbered.
• You must attach completed (and signed) report cover page.
No of Pages/Words : 20 pages