Career Development Plan Summary

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1 Summary Career Development Plan – Summary Holly L. Seppala 12/6/10 HRM531 James Scholes
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2 Summary Kudler Fine Foods (KFF) is one of the leading gourmet food shops in Southern California and is known for their fresh organic ingredients and their large wine selection. The owner Kathy Kudler, opened the first store in La Jolla in 1998 and because of the stores popularity she decided to open new locations in Del Mar and Encinitas and hire me as the district manager for all three locations. Currently, Kathy and I work together to train and monitor cashiers, order inventory, stock and rotate products, hire and fire employees, perform financial analysis, and develop marketing strategies. As the popularity of the stores grow and we look to expand to new locations, Kathy and I need to consider hiring some additional help so that operations continue to run efficiently. Therefore, in this report I will be discussing the job descriptions and qualifications for five new employees at KFF, the orientation and training program we plan to implement, the evaluation and discipline processes we will use, the compensation plan we have developed, and how Kathy and I will work together to manage our employee’s careers. I will begin by justifying the need for new employees and explaining the role each employee will play here at KFF. As mentioned previously, Kathy and I currently perform all of the day-to-day tasks needed to run the three KFF locations and this leaves little time for us to concentrate on the ‘big picture;’ that is to increase customer satisfaction, increase profits, and expand our market to new locations. If KFF is to reach its full potential we need to hire five new employees whose positions will include a La Jolla store manager, a human resource representative, an accountant, and a marketing manager who will each work with all three KFF locations and one chef with sommelier experience who can rotate between the meat departments and bakeries of all three locations. In the next paragraph I will describe the job description and qualifications for each of the five new positions at KFF.
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3 Summary The new store manager will be expected to deal with customer complaints, stock shelves, rotate inventory, work as a cashier when necessary, and hold weekly employee motivation meetings. I expect a store manager to have a Master’s in Business Administration and two to three years of prior retail experience. The human resource rep will act as policy administrator, development pay and reward systems and benefits packages, recruit and hire employees, and ensure that KFF is following EEOC (Cascio, 2006) guidelines. I expect a potential hire to have a bachelors degree in human capital management and four to five years of experience are preferred. The accountant will prepare profit and loss statements and financial reports, resolve accounting discrepancies, and analyze revenue and expenditure trends to adjust the budget to meet KFFs needs. I expect a potential hire to have a bachelors degree in accounting or finance
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