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Human Resources Coursework

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Human Resources Coursework Human Resources Human resources, or HR, is all about managing the people who are in your business. They are as important as ant other resource. You must recruit new workers, promote old workers and so on... a basic definition of human resources is the people who work for your business. HR is also linked with contracts of employment, fringe benefits and wages. People will play a huge part in your business they are the one resource that make other resources operate. Hours Of Business Although my business is generalised as a garage it is not a ordinary garage that just fixes broken cars, this is only one service that my business will offer. It is because of this my business will open and close at these times: Monday: 09:00 - 17:00 8 Hours Tuesday: 09:00 - 17:00 8 Hours Wednesday: CLOSED Thursday: 09:00 - 16:00 7 Hours Friday: 09:00 - 17:00 8 Hours Saturday: 10:00 - 20:00 10 Hours Sunday: 09:00 - 15:00 6 Hours My Staff I will require 3 - 4 employees in store at all times to work on all the different tasks that must be done, because of this I will start off employing ...read more.

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to help them get here, and get them health screening to ensure that they are fit enough to carry out the day to day tasks in the garage. Recruitment I will use external recruitment because I am a new business I don't have any employees so I cant employ people who already work for my organisation. I will recruit through jobcentres and advertising in local papers. This advertisement is very basic and straight to the point it does not say too much so there is nothing that may make the reader not want to work for us. This way I am sure I would get more calls and visits to the site. This will cost around �200 to publish in several local newspapers for about two weeks. Contract Of Employment Employer: Outlaws Automobiles, Coleraine Rd, London Employee: Andrew Harris Your employment with this company began on 3rd June 2005 You are employed as a Mechanic Your rate of pay is �12,000 per annum You are paid at monthly intervals. Income tax and National tax will be deducted directly from your salary Your hours of work will be 09:00 - 17:00 Monday, Tuesday and Friday. ...read more.

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Have you received any qualifications that relate to my business? Can you easily adapt to change, as the shop will constantly be changing the appearance of the store and will often tryout new equipment and different types of car parts? Would you be willing to come in early and leave late? Can we call you at any time to come in if we have a car that requires extensive specialist work? Curriculum Vitae Andrew Harris 113 Morley Avenue Wood Green London N22 6PO Tel: (020) 8889 64 53/ 0798 68 32 686 Personal Date Of Birth: March 17th 1982 Driving Licence: Full, Clean Availability: Full time, Immediate Education 1994-1998 Winchmore High School GCSE's 8 [A*-C] 1998-2000 Oakland College A Level's Engineering [A] Construction [A] 2000-2004 Middlesex University Engineering, ICT Experience 1997 Alexandra Tool Hire (Work Experience) Sales Assistant Responsibilities and Achievements: * Repairing rotavator motors * Teamwork providing a quick and efficient service * Acquired ability to work under pressure * Worked with and repaired car/ motorcycle engines 2001-2003 Gadget Shop Responsibilities and Achievements: * Sold items * Redesigned layout of store * Worked well with a team Computer Skills Worked with basic Microsoft programs(word, PowerPoint, excel etc..) experienced with computer programming. Taking course on Developed ICT Interests and Ambitions Travelling, cars, developing car engines. ...read more.

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