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The purpose of the report is to find out the way of communication systems used at the "Recruitment Agency".

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Terms Of Reference We are presenting this report on the communication system of the "Recruitment Agency". Aim of the report The purpose of the report is to find out the way of communication systems used at the "Recruitment Agency" e.g. Communication to Employees. The methods that we are going to find out the communication between 36 member of staff and the manager. The problem the business has is that the newly recruited manager has to know the 36 member of staff very speedily. So, the communication bridge can be considered as a newly born baby. I have found the information by: * Desk reference. * Reading the Journals. * Asking the teacher. Communication is one of the key aspects in keeping a successful business on top. The "Recruitment agency" needs to have effective methods of communication so that everyone is clear about objectives, everyone is informed of changes in the working environment and therefore members can respond to these new ideas. Business decisions involve the co-operation and interaction of several individuals. Sometimes group of colleagues work together in a group to attain a goal. ...read more.

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Letters Letters may be time consuming but letters are the most formal way of communicating. Letters enables an accurate, clear message to be sent. Letters send within an organisation keeps up the response incentive as this helps to build a psychological effect in building the motivation level. The reason behind which, is that the letter will give the full explanation for any request from the manager. This will lend a hand to the employee because of the fact that the letter will be addressed to the employee making the employee feel part of the decision making strategy and putting the ideas forward towards to organisation success. The manager will be able to send letters across the organisation as a gesture for someone's success and on the other hand as a feedback for someone's failure. The letters are used to inform someone such as making arrangements. Telecommunication Telecommunication are common and convenient model of verbal communication when quick decisions are implemented and the communication platform is maintained without breaking the link. Using the telecommunication the manager can call short meetings whenever required as the messages spreads quickly. ...read more.

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And by inviting the team members to chair the meeting and to conclude the meeting the manager will be successfully making the team members feel special and thus, proving to be a perfect leader. The second most way to communicate would be telecommunicating, after started to know the employees within the organisation the manager will be able to communicate with the desired person in case to discuss anything incentive or to provide any feedback. The manager will be able to help the motivation help to creep up by providing feedback frequently and effectively. Using the parallel lines the manager would be able to interact with the desired person within the "Recruitment Agency". The most effective informal communication to be taken place between the manager and the staff will be grapevine this will help the staff and the manager to share a same platform and the staffers will be available to communicate more openly. This informal communication system fits the best to for the manager to know all the 36 members of staff. As both the manager or the employee can meet and discuss any issue with the manager at any course of time. ...read more.

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