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Unformatted text preview: Axia College Material Appendix B Recruiting, Selecting, Orienting, and Training Review the recruiting options listed below the table. Determine which three options would be appropriate for a large company and which three options would be appropriate for a small company. Then, enter your choices into the recruiting column. Repeat this procedure for selecting, orienting, and training. Finally, answer the following question: Who performs each of these functions in a large and a small company? Explain your answers. Recruiting – The human resource department typically handles applications in large companies and supervisors handle applications in smaller companies when an HR department is not available to them. Selection – Also typically handled by HR to take the time consuming task away from supervisors. Although the supervisor is involved in the selection process and the final decision, HR narrows down the selections based on qualifications and work history. In a smaller company supervisors would handle this process. Orientation – This is a split responsibility between HR and the supervisor in a larger company, and is handled by the supervisor in a smaller company....
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- Spring '08
- small company, online job boards, immediate supervisors Employment, newspaper Online job