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BTEC national Business UNIT 2 P1

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Unit 2 I am going to explain how my chosen organisation (Willenhall School Sports College) writes a report on how they use their human resources. I am also going to produce a PowerPoint presentation to describe the main physical and technological resources for WSSC. Along with this, I am going to produce a letter and a newspaper article. For the last part I am going to interpret the contents of a given profit and loss and balance sheet and illustrate the financial state of a given business by showing examples of accounting ratios. Pass 1 Willenhall School Sports College Aims of WSSC are: * Place traditional learning values at the centre of a challenging educational programme. * Promote achievement by active participation and place great emphasis on a sense of partnership between school and home. * Aim to develop a sense of personal responsibility and self awareness in the pursuit of personal best. * Raise the self-esteem and aspirations of our school and its community. About WSSC Willenhall School Sports College is a specialist's school aimed towards bringing the best out of all the students. It is one of the largest schools in the area holding about 1600 students from year 7 to year 13. There is also about 180 teaching staff contracted to the school. Willenhall School's exam results have been increasing for the last four years, which shows the dedication of both students and the staff. ...read more.

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The advertisement will also include job hours, wages etc. Send out Application This is when the company will send out applications to people who show interest in the job. They will be sent out usually via post and then it is down to the recipient to make the next move whether or not they apply. Receive applications Offer Forms If the candidate decides to take the matter further and wants to apply, then they can send the form back with the necessary details on including qualification and previous jobs. The companies' recruitment department will then sort out potential candidates. Shortlist Candidate The potential candidates will then be put onto a shortlist and will be contacted informing them. They will then usually have an interview whether it is a group interview or a one on one. Interview An interview is then undertaken by one of the managers. Questions will be asked to find out information such as why they think they would be good for the job and how they think they can improve the company. Candidates must excel at this point in order to give them the best chance of securing the job. Select best candidate After the interview process is over, the managers will decide which candidate has the most potential and will help the company progress the most. Usually about 5 candidates are chosen in case some drop out. ...read more.

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Managing team working means that a set of employees will be monitored to make sure that all employees are working equally and no-one is being lazy or working to hard. Incentives such as bonuses or prizes will help employees reach their targets. Liaison with other departments Large organisations will have hundreds or different teams working together across the business. However if they don't work with other departments effectively and coordinate as a whole then it will result in an unsatisfactory performance. Businesses will have different functions such as finance, marketing or HRM and each will need to work with all other departments to ensure a smooth running of the business. These functional areas don't necessarily have to meet physically; these processes can be done via virtual cross-functional teams where they meet over the internet using web conferencing. This process is already being used with British Airways. Provision of appropriate incentives To manage human resources effectively, managers may decide to use incentives to encourage employees to work hard and produce good quality results. There are many different incentives which can be used and each incentive will benefit other employees. If the incentives don't appeal to the employees then they won't be bothered about getting them so won't work hard to get them. Encouragement of creativity and initiative Businesses that are able to change quickly and can be adaptable to customer needs are more likely to be successful. ?? ?? ?? ?? Matt Caddy Mr Challinor ...read more.

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