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Business case study investigating in people AS2 managing business resources 1) The reason behind a human resource plan is to ensure that the business organisation in this case u insure ltd can achieve its objectives through having available the correct mix of human resources. It involves taking into account the human resources which u insurance all ready has as well as ascertaining the futile requirements of the organisation. 2) External recruitment refers to the organisation in this case u insure looking for people to recruit outside of the organisation. These people can bring new ideas to u insure ltd. There are many different ways of advertising for external recruitment, these include newspapers and magazines. But if u insure ltd decides to use internal recruitment this refers to them looking for someone who is all ready part of the organisation to fill a vacancy. This could also be known as promotion this way saves money which could be spent on advertising if u insure ltd was doing an external recruitment for the open vacancy. 3) ...read more.

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will save the organisation money because it takes them shorter periods of time for settling in and becoming fully operational, u insure ltd will be less disrupted, internal recruitment can act as motivation or as an incentive to employees to work harder within the organisation and the strengthens and weaknesses of a current employee will all ready have been assessed. 5) U insure ltd could use application forms. These are used as a starting point for a selection procedure. The applicants are given the same information in a standard form. This way the sorting out process is made easier, it is used for short listing and interviewing. A letter of application is also an option; it can be used for instead of application a form but now days they are being used less frequently, this is due to the Equality commission because they recommend that application forms are used for recruitment and selection instead. A C V can also be used. ...read more.

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The cons of the on the job training is that the person who is training the employee may not be good at their job or they may have the wrong attitude and so the trainee may learn bad hobbits. As for off the job training it is when the employees learn through attending courses. The pros for this training include: if the trainee makes mistakes it doesn't matter, the trainee should be properly trained because specialist instructors carry out the training so they are trained to do it the correct way, the trainee can learn at their own pace and their progress can be carefully monitored, the cost of training is simple to establish and lastly the trainee can gain a recognised qualification. But the cons of the job training are that is more expensive than on the job training, the trainee is not learning in the environment that they will be eventually working in and lastly the equipment used may be different and so the trainee ,ay have to re learn on returning to the workplace. ...read more.

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