The paper "Budget and Programs Allocations, Responsibility Adjudication" is a great example of management coursework. Increased globalization has increased organisations spread and influence across the globe. In this case, organisations have been faced by the need to employ and recruit employee specific to these markets. In order to ensure the alignment of organizational objectives and strategies with the market needs, it is imperative to employ a workforce with the market culture knowledge. Therefore, a study by Jalumuri (2012, p. 57) established that organizations which involved local markets workforce in their product development and marketing registered increased market success than peers that did not include the employees. Therefore, based on the above theoretical arguments, it is imperative the application of the proposed Indigenous employment policy will have numerous benefits and merits on the venture.
On one hand, is increased societal support. As per the case study, the indigenous society supports the operations and functioning of the organizational transport infrastructure that is an imperative aspect and core business practice for the venture. Therefore, ensuring increased community participation would increase the overall societal support on the organizational activities. In addition, the application of the policy will elevate the societal perception of the organization in the region.
As argued, the board of directors is highly sensitive and has placed good and positive political perception as one of the strategic social responsibility programs objectives. Thus, through the application of the policy and the eventual results of increased indigenous labour market incorporation in the workforce, the organizational political perception will be enhanced. This perception as Reddick (2012, p. 198) argued is an imperative macroeconomic factor to fuel the organizational growth into the future Further, the application of the new employment policy will increase the overall organizational objectivity to societal needs.
Being the social owners of the raw materials by the organization, the use and recruitment of the domestic workforce will increase the responsiveness as well as the overall development of market and society specific and befitting corporate social responsibility programs and strategies. 2.0 Implementation 2.1 Budget and Programs Allocations The allocated overall budget of $ 100, 000 though still minimal will serve a great deal in executing and facilitating the proposed indigenous employment policy. On one hand, $ 20,000 will be applied in conducting society-wide recruitment campaigns.
In this case, the organizational HR function will roll out recruitment advertisements through the print media, internet for the employees with such access, the use of social media as well as through advertising in the local diaries as well as social gatherings. Although this is a high budgetary allocation to spend on recruitment the strategy will serve two strategic purposes. On one hand, as the evaluation by Chanda (2009, p. 483) stated, it will ensure that the organization attracts a large pool of qualified employees in the market.
On the other hand, the strategy will boost the overall organizational reputation in the market as it will be perceived as seeking to incorporate the local labour market onto its employee base. As Groucutt, Forsyth and Leadley (2004, p. 218) argued, increased organizational attractiveness as an employer is one aspect of improving brand image. As such through the application of the policy through extensive recruitment policies.