Case Study for Abc Inc.

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“Case Study for ABC Inc.”
Christopher R. Boeer
17 July, 2012
COMM/215: ESSENTIALS OF COLLEGE WRITING

A. Introduction
Carl Robbins is found to have been derelict in his duties to ABC Inc., and has been unable to fix the problems that has been created due to his dereliction of duties assigned to him by Monica Carrols. The outcome of this case report should be his immediate removal from the posting assigned and new dates issued to all of the people he recruited for the previously mentioned company.

B. Background
Since Mr. Robbins appointment as campus recruiter in the month of October, he has only ever attempted to perform one major recruiting event for ABC Inc. After this recruiting event took place, he was approached by Ms. Carrols about the items he was going to need in order to have the new hire orientation. While performing the duties of recruiter during this time he failed to have the appropriate paperwork filled out before he had offered the applicants a place within the company. A short while after he noticed the flaw in the application process he realized that none of the prospect new hires had been sent to the clinic for drug screening and that he didn’t have any complete “new hire packets” on hand. After his discovery and a short walk later, he discovers that the technology department has booked the room he intended to use for his orientation for the entire month of June. In short, he has failed time and again in almost every facet of his duties as the campus recruiter.

C. Key Problems
The number one problem to be found is the lack of time management skills that Mr. Robbins has portrayed throughout his tenure as campus recruiter. As stated before, he has only attempted one major recruitment event in the 8 months that he has been employed at the company. Another example of how he has demonstrated poor time management skills is the fact that he had his recruiting event in the early days of April and planned to have his new hire orientation...
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