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Employability and personal skills are very important for recruiting a staff member in Tesco

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M2: Assess the importance of employability, and personal skills in the recruitment and retention of staff in a selected organisation. Employability skills: * Suitable qualifications * Experience in a similar role * Knowledge of products and services * Experience of specific industry * Effectiveness in meeting personal and team targets. * Ability to observe and raise professional standards. Personal Skills: * Patient and hard-working * Team worker * Interpersonal skills * Co-operation * Negotiation Importance of employability and personal skills in Tesco: Employability and personal skills are very important for recruiting a staff member in Tesco. ...read more.

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It is very important for the new employee to have knowledge about the products and the services because if the employee himself does not anything about the products how will he or she serve the customers well. Tesco needs to know if the employee has experience of specific industry. Tesco needs to see how well organised the person is. If he or she is effective in meeting personal and team targets. If he or she has the ability to observe and raise professional standards. If he or she is well managed to manage the business and attract more customers. ...read more.

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Tesco has to see if the employee is a team worker as this is very important. If one is not a team worker he or she cannot move the business towards gaining more success. Tesco will see if he or she has interpersonal skills, and can negotiate and co-operate. A manager should know how to listen to the people and share his or her views with everyone around and working according to it. All these employability and personal skills are important in recruiting a manager in Tesco because all these help Tesco recruit a person who is suitable for the job and by checking these out they can recruit a person who can run the business properly. ...read more.

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