The paper 'Human Resources Planning, Recruitment & Selection - Clarity Group" is a good example of a management case study. Clarity Group is a global headhunting organization that screens and selects suitable candidates for our clients. The company is looking for a dynamic, commercially savvy and driven Manager Director to lead the organization through the life cycle of the business. This report will study the selection methods and criteria for attracting the most appropriate and suitable talent for this position. During the process of selecting the manager, the managing director has to be carried out carefully since we are employing a leader and not any entry-level worker.
The interview is to be conducted in a face-to-face manner. Stimulatory questions have been prepared to ask the candidate. Other than that, HR. managers should be aware of the legal and ethical issues in the recruitment process because they are directly linked to the reputation of the organization. Introduction Our firm, Clarity group, is a headhunting organization that gives most if not all solutions related to human resources for businesses no matter the entire life span of the employee and employer relationship, this includes individual career development, identification of appropriate workers for one's organisation, and finally the implementation of human resource processes. The Clarity Group is about integrity as well as openness.
The group partners with the clients so as to maximize potential amongst people, through understanding, insight, and strong relationships. Focus is placed on communication, personal service and reliability. The job being advertised is that of managing director in the biometric department (Gerhart, 2006). The report gives suggestions on methods of attracting various talents to occupy the vacancy of managing director for the operation in Australia and it being global organisation the one who lands the job will play an important role in the company’ s success at a local level.
Some important issues will also be discussed, for example, the effective means to attract talent as well as legal and ethical issues on hiring the manager. The latter part is vital since it has direct impacts on the reputation and image of the firm (Gerhart, 2006).
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