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Human Resource Planning and Development (Unit 6)

MBA Sunderland

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Individual assignment: Recruitment, Selection and Retention on J Sainsbury plc.

Table of Content

Cover page………………………………………………………...1

Table of Content…………………………………………………..2

Introduction of J Sainsbury plc…………………………………....3

What is Human Resource Management……………………...……3

Recruitment………………………………………………………..4

Internal …………………………………………………………….4

External……………………………………………………..............5

Selection …………………………………………………………..5

Retention………………………………………………………..…6

Conclusion.....................................................................................8

Reference…………………………………………………...........9

Introduction of J Sainsbury plc

J Sainsbury’s is one of the largest food retailing supermarkets in the UK with 502 supermarket and 290 convenience stores and Sainsbury’s bank. It has been focused on providing healthy, safe, fresh and tasty food to customers since the establishment of first store in 1869 and providing non food products to meet variety demand from customers. Sainsbury’s commits to offer great good at fair prices, where the customers’ passion for healthy food is shared. Moreover, it also follows the trend, innovation and improvement on products to preserve its leading position in the market. It now serves over 18 million customers on weekly base with 16% of market shares. The well-built work force is essential to highlight the success of business with over 138,000 employees cross its stores. (J Sainsbury plc 2009a)

What is Human Resource Management

Human Resources Management (HRM) is the method of using human resources to perform organizational objectives. The lacking effectiveness in human resources management will function improperly in organizations even though there are efficient financial capital, labour, information technology and other resources. HRM covers comprehensive aspects of managing...