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unit 2 recruitment in the work place

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Business Studies: Unit 2: Recruitment in the Workplace A01 Introduction to the Unit In this Second Unit of Business Studies course I will be talking about the Recruitment in the Workplace and how valuable each stage of the recruitment is for a Business. Unit 2 will be based on Recruitment, how businesses follow procedures of employing a new staff at a work place. Unit 2 will require me to look at various stages of the recruitment process; however I will be looking at a medium-to-large sized business which in this case is going to be 'Thorpe Park'. This Unit will require me to take you through out the whole process of recruiting a new member at a work place, after extent research and good communication a new employee should be employed at Thorpe Park. The Job description I will be looking at through out this recruitment process will be 'Guest Services Host' - a new employee would be employed as a Guest Services Host in the Human Resources department, the occupation is going to be a full time permanent post. The process will take the form of an interview, where-by group members will be talking about their particular job role in the process. Through out this assignment I shall be including primary research, as from an experienced person, our visit to Thorpe Park - information we obtained from their and also secondary research from various media. In conclusion I should be able to find a suitable full time employee to take on the position to work as a Guest Services Host at Thorpe Park. The employee would need all the skills, understanding and should show a great deal of effort in the workplace. Training will be given to out new employee to make sure everything is understood carefully before getting employed in the field of work. Recruitment Process: All businesses need to make sure they have the right number of people at work, if there is a shortage of staff it means that ...read more.

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Experience (6 months) Dealing with problems Knowledge of Thorpe Park Ability to work with customers Flexible working hours Energetic Communication Skills ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Interview Interview Interview Interview Interview Interview Interview APPLICATION FROM GOES HERE APPLICATION FROM GOES HERE APPLICATION FROM GOES HERE APPLICATION FROM GOES HERE Stanley Avenue Wembley Middlesex HA0 4JE Email: yatin@desai.com 1st March 2007 Thorpe Park Staines Road Chertsey Surrey KT16 8PN Dear Sir or Madam In regard to your recent advertisement in the Guardian for the post of Guest Services Host at Thorpe Park, I am interested in this job role and am eager to apply. Thorpe Park is a very impressive organization and probably one of the largest attractions through out the UK. I feel well qualified to handle the responsibilities outlined in the advertisement. Please find the following documents enclosed; Application Form and Curriculum Vitae an enclosed with letter. Hope to hear from you! Yours sincerely Yatin Desai Yatin Desai Ealing Rd, Wembley, Middlesex HA0 4PW Tel: 020 8902 2293 E-mail: yatin@desai.com Date of Birth: 31/07/1990 Marital Status: Single Personal Profile Outgoing and highly organised, well prepared and hard working with a great sense of experience and confidence with all aspects of work. Competent in using trained abilities as well as own initiatives in solving work related problems. Ability to communicate with people at all levels. In-depth knowledge and understanding of windows/office based packages. Keen interest in meeting new people, knowing the outer world and taking great care for others. Full Time Education 2007 - Present Currently studying at Alperton Community School - Undertaking A-Level Studies in the Following Subjects: Business Studies, Economics and ICT (Advanced). Career History Dollond & Aitchison (Opticians) 2004 (work experience) Dollond & Aitchison opticians a medium sized franchise business. Tasks involved; dealing with customers, guiding them through the various services offered, as well as providing them with friendly advice and support. ...read more.

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Adobe Premiere Macromedia Director FTP Programs Adobe After Effects Poser Bryce 3D Adobe Acrobat QTVR Microsoft Excel Microsoft PowerPoint Equilibrium Media Cleaner Pro Career Summary 2003-date WebMaster, Graphics Master, Belfast, Northern Ireland * Working within a major print design company, tasked with developing their fledgling Web Department * Assessing initial set-up requirements and implementing hardware and software solutions accordingly * Training my team in the use of QuarkXPress, Beyond Press Pro, PhotoShop, Dream Weaver, Media Cleaner Pro, QTVR & Adobe Premier * Coordinating closely with Account Executives, actively soliciting new clients and nurturing existing client accounts, ensuring their needs and requirements were not only accommodated but surpassed * Winning over many clients from larger companies, due to the extremely high standards of our creative design work * Training clients in subsequent website maintenance, particularly the use of Dream Weaver and its inbuilt FTP facility * Initiating a company-wide changeover to a much faster ISP with enhanced technical support * Clients include major blue chip companies such as the British Land Company and Millennium Diamonds as well as many high profile government departments and agencies Selected Portfolio www.website.com www.anotherwebsite.com www.onewithtext.com www.andanother.com www.onewithgraphics.com www.flashwebsite.com www.personalwebsite.com www.onemoreexample.com Formal Qualifications National Diploma in Graphic Design & Multimedia Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland (2000-2003) Key Modules: Web Design Visual Communication Multimedia Print Design Typography Photography Following attainment of my Leaving Certificate, embarked on a National Diploma in Graphic Design & Multimedia to formalise both my design skills and my creative experience. Via mock client briefs, addressing realistic commercial projects, undertook the study of web design, typography, CAD, the print process, illustration and multimedia applications. The final examination of the Diploma consisted of an exhibition of project work (multimedia, CD-ROM and accompanying web page and associated print materials). A dissertation on an individually selected design topic was also completed and submitted. Obtained a First Class Honours in Multimedia and Web Design and also won the Multimedia Student of the Year Award and Best Use of a Mac Award. ...read more.

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