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Functional Areas Within ASDA

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Functional Areas within a Business Operations They are in charge of producing the goods or services in an efficient and well organised way by making use of any available machinery, building and raw materials and any staff. Human Resources They are in charge of making sure the business has the right employees for the job and they can work in a safe environment. Finance They will keep a record of any trade that takes place in the business. ...read more.


Administration and ICT They ensure the faultless operation of the business. They are in charge cleaning, server management, software support, health and safety, clerical duties, research and dispatching mail. Functional Areas in Public Limited Companies (ASDA) Operations They are in charge of the buying of stock from various manufactures and dispatching it to their stores throughout the UK. They also prepare the food in their bakery department, stock the shelves and display any individual deals or discounts that are on offer. ...read more.


They also are in charge of the hiring of new employees and holding staff training. Gathering job applications and informing candidates of the outcome. Making sure the store is clean and safe for its workers. Finances They are in charge of keeping the records of their employee's incomes and business profits. Making sure those records are safe and confidential is also another department they are involved in. The producing of cash flow forecasts and performing regular budget reports to make sure other departments are not overspending. They are also in charge of paying the employee salaries and keeping them in a secure and safe place. ...read more.

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