Task 6: Evaluation I will know evaluate the recruitment and selection process. To do this, I will be looking at the positives the negatives things that happened during this process. By evaluating the recruitment and selection process it will give overall feedback and I will give me ways in which I could improve if I were to do it again. The good things about the recruitment process were the recruitment documents produced; the job description, person specification and job advert. The documents contained most of the key information that is required for the candidate to know about the job. For example in the job description, it outlines the main duties the candidates would have to carry out for example if they were appointed they would have to teach the lesson, set homework and monitor the student's progress. It also contained motivation factors such as money and fringe benefit so the candidate would be attracted to it which meant that they're more likely to apply. As well as motivational factors it also contained training which another reason that encourages the candidate to apply was. The job description contains the Greenford High School logo in the header which made it look more professional and a list of the companies they're associated with such as Healthy School which again made the school look more professional. In the person specification, it contains a list of
Heinz Marketing. Swot, Pest And Five Forces Analysis.
Heinz Marketing Swot Pest And Five Forces SWOT Analysis What is it? You can use a SWOT analysis to identify and analyze the Strengths and Weaknesses of your organization, as well as the Opportunities and Threats revealed by the information you have gathered on the external environment. Why use it? To develop a plan that takes into consideration many different internal and external factors, and maximizes the potential of the strengths and opportunities while minimizing the impact of the weaknesses and threats. Strength Brand Name; Heinz has a really good reputation for being a quality food, and has done since it was established in 1869, the founder Henry J Heinz set out to bring quality and consistency to the consumers homes and the brand has carried this quality on through the years. Market Leaders; Today Heinz is one of the world's major global companies operating in some 200 countries, offering more than 5,700 products varieties, with No1 and No2 branded business in more than 50 world-wide markets. Slogans & Advertising; Heinz has always been famous for it advertising and always on the forefront of new and exciting advertising and promotions Heinz used different ways of adding fun and interest. The Beanz Meanz Heinz advertising slogan is one of the most successful of all time it appeared for 22 years. Weaknesses Mature Products: Many of Heinz products have been
Along with all of the new terminology, new techniques, and new twists the Internet has brought us, it has also opened opportunities for misguided notions about the definition of marketing. While the above definitions describe different facets or definitions of related terms, they do not convey the much broader process that is truly marketing. By taking a look at some dictionary and trade definitions of marketing we can get a better feel for what marketing is truly about: * American Marketing Association Definition The process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods, and services to create exchanges that satisfy individual and organizational objectives. Marketing plays an important part in ensuring the products consumers want are readily available. The Chartered Institute of Marketing's definition provides a clear picture of the activities involved. We can describe marketing like: ' the management process responsible for identifying, anticipating and satisfying the customer requirements profitability.' It is a management activity because it requires continuous information gathering, analysis and evaluation in order to make decisions. The information collected should help Coca-Cola Company identify customer requirements. But it is not sufficient to find out what customers are thinking and doing now; there is a need to
Flow chart shows the distribution chain for liquid milk from the cow to the consumers.
MARKETING MANAGEMENT ASSIGNMENT Student : TUAN NGUYEN DINH TASK 1: a. McDonalds' is one of the most famous brand in the world. In 1974, McDonalds' opened its first restaurant in UK. Today more than 2.5 million people in this country place their trust in McDonalds' everyday. When somebody tells you the name McDonald's, you will think immediately about a hamburger. Distinctives: The name is McDonalds'. That is the name of the original manufacturer in American , and nowadays, that name is spreading over the world with thousands Hamburger shop. The symbol of the brand is the letter " M ". "M" is the initial of the name McDonald's. The slogan of this brand is showed underneath the letter "M" : I'm lovin' it. Supportive: When you see the "M" in anywhere, you are sure that that place related to McDonald's. It means the name and the symbol of McDonald supported to people the ideas about the product of McDonald's. " I'm lovin' it " tells to people about the feeling they will get when they use that hamburger. The company can use the word "like" instead of the word "love" but they did not do that because they want people know that is not only the feeling of satisfy but also the passion. Acceptable: McDonald's is a powerful brand and it has high brand equity. The McDonald brand enjoys a high level of consumers brand awareness and loyalty. Somepeole say that they know the
Managing Information Systems The aim of this assignment is to see the requirements for developing and managing a comprehensive Management Information system for an organization. In today's business environment it is getting harder and harder for organization's to not only survive but to compete against other organizations. Information technology plays a big part in helping companies compete and survive. Companies that have branches or franchises need to make sure that they can communicate with the head office so that orders can be passed down. Most of a mangers time is spent Passing information and ideas upwards to senior management to aid their decision making 2 Providing other department managers with information which will help them do their jobs more effectively 3 Passing information down wards to subordinates 4 Conveying attitudes or creating them 5 Receiving and interpreting facts and data 6 Communicating with people out sides the company e.g. suppliers. The manager needs resources to aid him with the task mentioned above. Management information systems and decision support systems are two such resources. Computers and information systems play critical roles in the operation of most organizations. All organizations, from factories to banks, are highly dependent on information for their day-to-day operations. The vast quantity of information that large
Unit2 Business and Management
Introductions (Task1) In this task I will talk about the interpersonal and communicational skills, in the task I will demonstrate a role play to identify my interpersonal and communicational skills. After I demonstrate the role play my colleagues will give feedback where I need to improved it, than i will mention how can i improve my interpersonal and communicational skills. Lastly i will mention how key management functions may be met more effectively through the use of key interpersonal and communicational skills. Findings P4) What interpersonal and communication skills can you bring and why? Interpersonal skills are the skills connected with dealing with the people and working with other efficiency to make the business success. Interpersonal skills are used often into business contexts to refer to the measure of a person's ability to operate within business organisation. Interpersonal skills including: * Working with other harmoniously * Evaluating and excepting responsibilities * Understanding measured to respond conflicts * Working in team effectively Working with other harmoniously means we need to make sure the teams are get on with there responsibly and to check them whether if they are working together with out no arguing, it is better individuals to work together to achieve the success of the business. Evaluating and excepting responsibilities means
Issues with Expanding Ben & Jerry's into Russia
Issues with Expanding Ben & Jerry's into Russia Issues with Expanding Ben & Jerry's into Russia Ben & Jerry's Homemade, Inc., the Vermont-based manufacturer of ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbet, was founded in 1978 by Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield. Their first shop was in a renovated gas station in Burlington, Vermont, with a $12,000 investment ($4,000 of which was borrowed). Within a short time, they became popular for their innovative flavors, made from fresh Vermont milk and cream. The main products of Ben & Jerry's are ice cream, low fat ice cream, frozen yogurt, sorbet and novelty products and are produced in pints, quarts, and 2.5-gallon tubs. Their products are distributed nationwide as well as in selected foreign countries in supermarkets, grocery stores, convenience stores, franchised Ben & Jerry's scoop shops, restaurants and other venues. Ben & Jerry's franchises scoop shops in both the U.S. and Canada. The company also has wholly-owned operations in France, Japan and the United Kingdom, and licensees in the Benelux countries, Israel, Canada, Peru and Lebanon. In 1999, Ben & Jerry's employed 814 people worldwide, primarily covering only the manufacturing, central and distribution facilities in Vermont. Economy Overview in Russia: After the implosion of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russia was struggling to establish a modern market economy and achieve strong
In this assignment I will describe how the different skills that are needed by employees to do the jobs in the organisation are identified. I will use Toyota as an example.
P2 In this assignment I will describe how the different skills that are needed by employees to do the jobs in the organisation are identified I am continuing with the organisation I have chosen for my first assignment Toyota. Employee skills Employee skills are very important because the skills and talents affect the way an organisation runs and also is a benefit for Toyota. The Human resource department have to find the right candidate with the desirable skills that the organisation needs. Human Resources at Toyota maybe looking for a candidate with mechanical skills, designing skills and etc. People as organisational resources People within an organisation are a big factor, but humans should be treated as a resource but in order to do this they must consider humans feelings and emotions so they must be approached and dealt with carefully. Toyota must act sensitively towards their staff in order for the employees to give maximum input and output. Skills sets Different organisations will affect the level of human resources needed and also the level of skills. There are two types of organisations, capital-intensive using machinery more than human labour and labour-intensive this is when employees are needed more than machinery. Toyota is a capital-intensive organisation because using machinery is faster and more efficient also it saves more money as 1 machine does 3
In this assignment I want to describe the recruitment and retention process and documentation in M&S.
BTEC National Diploma in Business Introduction to marketing Introduction: In this assignment I want to describe the recruitment and retention process and documentation in a selected business. Task 1.1 Reasons Why M&S may need to Recruit new Staff > For expansion reason: If M&S hope to or want to expand their shop they will need to recruit new staff, so that the new staff they recruit can be involved in the day to day running of the new store they just opened. > To cover shortage of staff: Shortage of staff occurs if for example workers are on sick, maternity leave or on pregnancy leave. When workers are on thes leave the duties that those workers are normally doing needs to be performed by someone else that is why M&S recruit new staff. > Poor performance: If M&S workers are under performing, they might be dismissed or put on redundancy. Therefore, new employees will need to be recruited. > Diversification: If an organisation diverse into providing other types of goods or services and their current employees doesn't have the skills to provide these. Their employer might need to employ new staff to cope with this. M&S for example diverted into providing other ranges of products like home wares and furniture. > To comply with government law: Government law makes organisations to recruit a right amount of staff based on gender, race and disability. M&S could get in
Business Studies Using all the information available to you, complete the following tasks * Analyse the case for Coffee delight plc expanding further in the UK * Analyse the case for Coffee Delight PLC opening outlets in Romania * Make a justified recommendation on which option the company should use [34 MARKS!] Coffee Delight plc is a late arrival in the UK coffee shop market, they operate combined coffee bars and sandwich shops with Internet access available in most outlets. The company uses space intensively to give a busy active feel for the customers. Market research shows that Coffee Delight is established in the UK market and well known, they are always seeking to lower costs of production. Coffee Delight has very competitive prices for virtually all of their products they feel this is the best way to win over customers. They are very efficient with what they do and have some USP's such as using the latest technology to prepare drinks and food and later opening hours than most of their main competitors Many of coffee delight's have now moved into the European market and are achieving great successes in these markets. Sascha Grey and many of coffee delights directors have discussed a plan for future expansion, in conclusion to their research they have found out that Romania's consumer spending is forecast to grow rapidly, there will be few competitors in the