Assignment 2 - Assignment 2-Case 3 1 RECRUITMENT GUIDE FOR...

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Assignment 2-Case 3 1. RECRUITMENT GUIDE FOR STORE ASSOCIATES Position: Store Associates Reports to: Department Managers Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent Some Retail Experience (Preferred) Relevant Labor Market: All Regions Timeline: Continuous Activities to undertake to source well-qualified candidates: Kiosks Media Advertising Referrals from current employees Job services Staff members involved: Department Manager Assistant Store Manager Store Manager Budget: $2,000-$6,500 2. College students would be the targeted group for the store associate position at Tanglewood. This entry-level position would get potential employees that the company can later promote—keeping in mind the company culture of promoting from within. Also, hiring into this entry-level position can ensure that the candidate best fits the company. If not, the company will not be at a complete disadvantage since it is entry-level. Another targeted group would be minorities and females. Looking back at the incumbency rates compared to female or minority availability, three-fourths of the
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[Type text] [Type text] [Type text] time the company did not reach any placement goals. Hiring minorities and females into this entry-level position can result in promotions that will then satisfy placement goals. The idea of open recruiting is for external candidates coming to the company for job openings rather than the other way around. Out of the five recruiting methods used by Washington and Oregon, the media and kiosks seem to be the only open methods. Media advertising is through print, radio, and television sources; in which candidates would fill out job applications at their convenience. Kiosks are stationed in the store and at the candidates’ convenience. For any and all candidates interested would be able to use the kiosks to fill out an application.
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