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Recruiting and Developing a Team. As can be seen, in our team we have three main position sale promoters, customer relation engineer and market researcher. In the selection process, we will choose external resources which mean that we will recruit people

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Table of Contents Task 1: 2 Task 1b, 1c: 8 Task 1d: 11 Task 2a: 15 Task 2b, 2c: 18 Task 2d: 21 Task 2e: 23 REFERENCES 25 Task 1: Indentify characteristics of candidates needed for your team and inform potential candidates based on the information given above on scenario Being the Project manager of the company, I have the responsibilities to set up a promotion plan for new products of the company, RisingStar S213 Touch Phone. In this case, I will hold an event to promote the new products of the company. The main objective of this event is to launch the new phone successfully to the market. Besides, through holding this activity, the company can inform the customer about the prospective of the products and educate the customers about its benefits and usage. Furthermore, with a specific promotional plan, we can achieve the goals of the company- sell out 1000 products in the first day of introducing the products to the market. By holding the event, we can also get the information about the customer through sales list which is very valuable. In this case, I will choose the market for this new products is in Danang, Vietnam. As can be seen, Da Nang is now developing with new infrastructure and technology. Therefore, if the company launches their products here, they can attract the customers' retention because the population of Da Nang is high. Moreover, the pace of life of people in Da Nang has increased a lot so it is not difficult for customer to afford. As can be seen, the company's main aim when build this team is to have a plan to promote new product of the company. However, to launch have new Rising Star S213 Touch Phone, the company should have a team that work together and are independent to design the plan for the products. Here is the structure of our team. ...read more.

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It is unlawful for an employer to deny someone a job solely on the grounds that the applicant has a spent conviction and if the person is asked to declare on an application form whether he or she has a criminal record, the applicant is legally entitled to 'forget' about ever having been convicted. For the Disability Discrimination Act: this legislation introduced new rights for disabled person in the areas of employment, education, public transport and access to goods, facilities and services. It provides for disabled people not to be discriminated against in a variety of circumstances including employment. For the Equal Pay Act: is intended to prevent discrimination between men and women with regards to the terms and conditions of employment. For sex, the Sex Discrimination Act renders it unlawful to make any form of discrimination in employment affairs because of marital status or sex. Employers are liable if their subordinate's discrimination is also unlawful. It is also covers unfair discrimination against people who are married. For race, the Race Relations Act: the term ethic has been held to be much wider than race. It uses a broadly similar approach to that of the Sex Discrimination Act and uses the same categorizations of direct and indirect discrimination and victimization7. Task 2a: Identify the mix of knowledge, skills and experience necessary from the team members to accomplish the project A team is any group of people organized to work together interdependently and cooperatively to meet the needs of their customers by accomplishing a purpose and goals. Teams are created for both long term and short term interaction8. The characteristics of a team is that its members voluntarily co-ordinate their work in order to achieve group objectives. Teamwork is essential for competing in today's global arena, where individual perfection us not as desirable as a high levels of collective performance. Working teams can be rewarding, but at times it can be difficult and downright frustrating9. ...read more.

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To develop the roles during the team assignment, we must have: 1. Clear Objectives. If staff is to commit to the success of the organization, they need a clear understanding of the objectives and purpose of the team effort. This enables participants to feel comfortable and confident about their contribution to the overall success of the institution. 2. Rewards. It is a basic human instinct for workers to tend to their own self-interests first. Therefore, they expect employers to reward them for a successful performance. 3. Recruiting the right people. This makes the job of the manager easier, and it can reduce conflict among the team members. Hopefully, well-chosen team members will work together for the common good of the company. When this happens, a company becomes successful in the marketplace. 4. Establishing basic rules for getting the work done. This needs to happen at the outset, so the team members will understand how they are to proceed and how conflicts will be settled. Team members also need to know how decisions will be made and how results will be measured. Keeping them in the dark about these things only leads to difficulty. Making each and every member of the team accountable for performance is vital to the attainment of goals and objectives. 5. Promotion of curiosity. This leads to high-energy teams that solve their own problems and go beyond the usual mediocrity that characterizes so many companies in the 21st century. Managers who wish to distinguish themselves open the floodgate to the unique contributions their employees bring to the team, rather than insisting on generating all the ideas themselves. 6. Promote urgency. In order to make the team perform at a faster pace and give best results, promote urgency in completion of the task and it will lead to good results. Keep tabs on all the work that has been completed and periodically keep team members informed about what they have accomplished, which in turn will motivate the team to perform well. Team leaders can do many things to achieve high performance of the employees. ...read more.

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