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If Tesco found that they needed to recruit an office supervisor externally, after finding that the company did not have the suitable candidate(s) internally, it would need to use relevant local labour market information.

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How Tesco would use local labour market information to recruit an employee. If Tesco found that they needed to recruit an office supervisor externally, after finding that the company did not have the suitable candidate(s) internally, it would need to use relevant local labour market information. Tesco's would need to research the following: 1. Age breakdown of the local workforce 2. Gender breakdown of the local workforce 3. Employment status of the local workforce 4. Unemployment trends locally and Nationally 5. Qualifications of suitable people within locally 6. Number of people staying on at school Nationally 7. Skills shortages within locally. 8. Wage rates locally and nationally. 1. the age structure of the population working age in UK, from 1997 to 2010 this is based on a prediction of the future using information from census and birth rates. Population Change % 1997 2000 2010 97 - 00 00 - 10 16-24 25-34 35-44 45-59 60-64 65+ 50,500 67,900 66,700 97,400 26,000 88,500 50,400 62,500 69,300 100,100 27,600 90,000 54,900 55,200 59,200 105,200 36,900 100,200 -0.2 -7.6 +3.9 +2.8 +6.2 +1.7 +8.9 -11.7 -14.5 +5.9 +33.7 +11.3 Source: Cambridge Econometrics, 1997 The current workforce of London is estimated to be 228,000. ...read more.

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The North East is the highest with mines and ship yards going out of business. 5. Qualifications of suitable people in South East England. Carlisle middx NVQ 1 1.5 1.9 NVQ 2 29.8 29.3 NVQ 3 12.7 13.2 NVQ 4 11.4 11.4 NVQ 5 4.2 4.5 No NVQ 40.4 39.7 In the above table shows what percentage of students have the qualifications specified in the chart. The highlighted area shows what qualifications are needed to become an office supervisor 6. Full-time and part-time pupils in school in the United Kingdom Year Number 1990 900,199 1991 900,260 1992 900,368 1993 900,513 1994 900,571 1995 900,714 1996 900,813 1997 900,905 1998 900,973 1999 1, 000, 019 2000 1, 000, 081 From this chart you can see that the number of pupils in school has increased dramatically in the last ten years. This means there should be more young people with qualifications. The number of students in full-time education (all ages) is 1,065 thousand. Below is a chart breaking this figure down into countries. You can see that England has by far the highest number of students in higher education. ...read more.

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and from this Tesco can begin preparations for recruiting a new employee when a current one is coming close to retirement age. Factors like these can only be determined from labour market trends as it is the only accurate and official source of information cumulated on the labour of England. Failure to comprise such detail for tesco would mean that they cannot set high targets of achievement as the workforce would not be the best that they could get as they have not done enough research into other employees available throughout the country. Labour market trends tells the company about the kind of contracts that potential employees are looking for example part time full time permanent etc. however if tesco do not take this into account and launch full time vacancies into a population which is primarily looking for part time vacancies then they will see that their productivity will be low as they will not have the employees to perform the jobs. If Tesco did not have this sort of information they would not be able to assess and monitor many of the issues that they may be subjected to when hiring an employee. ?? ?? ?? ?? Harinder Singh 12923 9159 ...read more.

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