WEEK 1 Talent Acquisition Dorothy Morrison.docx

2 the person will also represent the company

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2. The person will also represent the company internally and externally. 3. Ensuring the alignment of the operational priorities of the company with the overall goals through the interaction at individual as well as department level. 4. Investigate and introduce process management measures. Qualifications Masters Degree in Business Administration, with a minimum experience of 5 years in a Senior Management position. The candidate must possess excellent judgement and problem skills including negotiation and conflict management. The candidate must also have exceptional oral, written, interpersonal and presentation skills. Skills and Abilities Ability to work in a team
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Talent Acquisition, Management and Retention Strategies 3 Comfortable in working in an uncertain and fast paced environment Strategic thinking skills Oral and written communication skills The Outside Sources The company needs to be able to fill its position of the Vice President and the first source which is the social media has various pros and cons. The company will be able to get a wider choice of the candidates through the use of various social media sites like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. The con is that sometimes the information present on the social media site is not credible and needs to be verified through other sources (Vicknair, Elkersh, Yancey & Budden, 2010). The second source is that of Informal Recruiting. Informal recruitment is a
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  • Spring '14
  • Management, Management and Retention Strategies

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