Crown Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd ABN 86 116 018 412 National Provider No: 91371CRICOS Provider Code: 02870D North Sydney Campus : 116 Pacifc Highway North Sydney NSW 2060 P 02 9955 V1.0 Page 1 of 5 BSBHRM405 Support the Recruitment, Selection and Induction of Staff Assessme nt-1 T ask - 1 1.Complete the following diagram of the HR Life Cycle. Identify the human resource activities (3 at a minimum) for each stage. Highlightthe function for recruitment, selection and induction.Stage1:Stage2:Stage3:Stage4:Stage5 : Ans
Crown Institute of Business and Technology Pty Ltd ABN 86 116 018 412 National Provider No: 91371CRICOS Provider Code: 02870D North Sydney Campus : 116 Pacifc Highway North Sydney NSW 2060 P 02 9955 BSBHRM405 Ass 1 V1.0 Page 2 of 5 employee, a strategy for attracting the best of the best, and other hiring concerns Analyze compensation and benefits packages to see if they’re competitive enough to attract the top talent Develop an interviewing protocol, which may include written tests and multiple interview requirements, as well as a focus on active listening 2. Education Begin the education process from the moment employees start in their new position. They should know their role in the company, your expectations, and their responsibilities. During this phase of the human resources life cycle, it’s important for HR to: Communicate your company’s culture and values Train new hires until they fully understand their job’s duties and responsibilities Assign a coworker to new employees to support their transition and help them feel more connected with your company Introduce new employees to the rest of your staff, and make sure they have everything they need to get started (including passwords, voice mail, parking passes, etc.) 3. Motivation Turnover is highest in the first ninety days, which is often due to a lack of motivation . Leaders who focus on building bonds with employees in the first ninety days retain employees longer than those who do not make this effort. HR can effectively motivate new hires by: Keeping them engaged, performing at a higher level, and showing commitment to your company Offering reasons to stay motivated, such as better compensation, benefits, and opportunities for growth Providing recognition to employees who perform at a high level Appreciating their contribution to help make your business more successful 4. Evaluation In this stage of the human resources life cycle, a supervisor evaluates and measures an employee’s performance. It gives leaders and the employee specific metrics and helps determine if he or she is the right fit for the job. Focus on the following:
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