DIAMOND INTERNATIONAL COORPARATION (DIC)
I. Executive Summary
Diamond International Corporation (DIC) is one of the leading suppliers in the country. It is a trading company that imports thermoplastic (PVC) pipes, values and fittings. By 1990, the company has already grown to more than 50 employees. The company has identified its three major marketing areas: projects and major accounts, branches and dealership. It is also the major competitor in selling high-precision screws and bearings needed by the semicon industry
II. Point of View (POV)
President of the Diamond International Corporation
III. Time Context
Around the time when the company placed Mr. Robert Cruz being in-charge of the over-all shop operation of the ABC Steel Company and was appointed as the new shop manager. The same time when the company’s production backlog has reached its proportions that will lead to the halt of businesses with other companies. From the point of view of the new shop manager, the company may go bankrupt in five months time if the company keeps paying penalties.
IV. Statement of the Problem
To determine present and future manpower requirements of the organization in coordination with planning and job analysis activities.
To address the fair and justifiable hiring and selection of the future employees of the company.
To improve the working behavior of the employees and increase coordination in every aspect of their work.
VI. Areas of Consideration
By 1990, the company has already grown to more than 50 employees. It is now one of the leading suppliers in the country. It imports thermoplastic (PVC) pipes, valves and fittings. DIC's main clientele is the semiconductor industry. It included Splash Island in Laguna as one of its major projects. It has a standing inventory of Php 15m+ located at its warehouse in Las Pinas. DIC is also a major competitor in selling high-precision screws and bearings needed by the...
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