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Job roles within Asda.

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Job roles within Asda Area manager The area manager Philip Davies has a clear but hard Job which he gets well rewarded for, Philip Davies has to make major and long term decisions which could be vital to Asda, obviously he has to actually run he business day in day out and he has to attend regularly board of directors meetings plus he has to do basic and boring paperwork for most of each day. Philip Davies needed good qualifications to become the Area manager of Asda and his qualifications are: * A masters degree in Business * A degree in management * 3 A-levels * 7 A*-C grades at G.C.S.E Without these sort of qualifications Philip Davies could never have become the Area manager of Asda. Store manager The store manager Gary Hall has a slightly similar job to the Area manager except he does not communicate to the board of directors and the store manager has to work more with the employees inside of the store and he has to check that everything is going well throughout the store. The store manager is responsible for the performance measures in his store: sales, stock loss, labour cost, customer service and Licence to Trade (Health & Safety and Food Quality). The Store Manager is also responsible for managing and developing their team of Duty Managers. Gary Hall also needs good qualifications to be the store manager and they are: * Business Degree * Management degree * 3 A-levels * 6 A*-C grades at G.C.S.E These qualifications are a lot like the Area managers (Philip Davies) ...read more.

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I.T. and Administration manager The I.T. and Administration manager Sue Williams has many responsibilities like being in charge of everyone in the I.T. and Admin' departments (plus the finance department) so she has many activities which mostly consist of filling out forms and reports also Sue Williams has to ensure that all of the employees in her departments work effectively and of course she has to set everyone their tasks each weak and each month the store manager will tell Sue Williams what she will have to do by the end of the month. To be the I.T. and Administration manager Sue Williams needed these qualifications: * Degree in management * 3 A-levels * 6 A*-C grades at G.C.S.E As the manager of the I.T and Administration and Finance departments Sue Williams has to work 60 hours per week plus a lot of overtime. Because Sue Williams is the manager of two departments she gets paid �42,000 per year and more if the store manager thinks she deserves it. Sue Williams also gets discounts on whatever she buys at Asda. Human resources manager The Human resources manager Stuart Thatcher is responsible for a lot of things like: * Recruitment * Training * Dismissal * Promotion * Health and Safety It is Stuart Thatcher's job to make sure that all of these jobs get done well and to make sure that they do get done well Stuart Thatcher has to set out appropriate tasks for his team and he has to plan everything that his team will have to do for Asda, e.g. ...read more.

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Then once everyone has been given an interview some people will be turned away leaving 10 people left which will be given a second interview and after that interview one of them will be given the job. She can only set out to employ somebody once she has been told to by Stuart Thatcher the Human resources manager. To become the recruitment supervisor she needed these qualifications: * 4 A*-C grades at G.C.S.E * 2 A-levels * Some experience in Human resources As a benefit of being the Recruitment supervisor she gets a discount on anything she buys at Asda. The Recruitment supervisor has to work 44 hours per week and she gets paid �16,000 per year. Assistants or support staff These are people who support the internal working of the organisation and who perform support tasks for managers. The main duties of the support staff are: * To carry out the duties as specified on the job description and as required by the manager or supervisor. * To obey reasonable instructions * To co-operate with other team members. One example of an assistant is the Warehouse Assistant and his job is very clear, his job is to retrieve the stock from the suppliers and then take the stock to the warehouse and put it in order for it to go up on the shelves which the warehouse assistant and his team members will do. The Warehouse Assistant has to work. The warehouse Assistant has to work 54 hours per week like most assistants and he gets paid �7 per hour and he often has to work overtime for which he gets paid �4 more per hour like most assistants. ...read more.

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