During my work I will use the example of “Unilever” as a basis of my research. Unilever is a British–Dutch multinational consumer goods company with headquarters in Rotterdam and London. Its products include food, beverages, cleaning agents and personal care products. Its products are available in around 190 countries. The company owns approximately 400 brands, but focuses only on the 14 of them with sales of over 1 billion euro. Those brands are Axe(Lynx), Lipton, Dove, Magnum, Knorr, Lux Heartbrand ice creams, Omo, Becel(Flora), Hellmann's, Rama, Rexona, Sunsilk and Surf. Unilever is a dual-listed company which consists of Unilever N.V., headquartered in Rotterdam, and Unilever plc, headquartered in London. These two companies operate as a single business, with a common board of directors. Unilever is organised into four main divisions - Foods, Refreshment (beverages and ice cream), Home Care, and Personal Care. It has research and development facilities in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, China, India and the United States. Unilever was established in 1929 through the merger of the Dutch margarine producer Margarine Unie and the British soapmaker Lever Brothers. In the second half of the 20th century the company expanded its operations worldwide. It has made a number of acquisitions, including Lipton (1971), Brooke Bond (1984), Chesebrough-Ponds (1987), Best Foods and Ben & Jerry's (2000), and Alberto-Culver(2010).Their target markets are based in West Europe, the USA. Russia and Africa. Company's target consumers are mostly women aged from 17 to 45. As Unilever is the world's third-largest consumer goods company and it's main competitors are Procter & Gamble and Nestle. Company's revenue is 48.436 billion euros as for 2014. Its net income is 5.515 billion euros. As for 2015 Unilever has about 175,000 employees.
TASK 2 (P1)
During the recruitment and selection process there are prepared a number of documents at Unilever. One of the key documents in this process is a job description. It is a written statement that declares and explains the responsibilities, working terms and conditions. It permits the business to identify the role which should be filled. What's more, a job description permits the potential candidate to elucidate the main details of the position which they are applying for. The job description at Unilever usually contains: a job title, location, summary of a job, main duties and responsibilities and who will you report to. The description of the position Logistics Coordinator can be found APPENDIX 1. A person specification is another noteworthy document in the recruitment and selection process. It is a list of the skills and qualifications that are needed for a specific occupation. It permits the business to identify the perfect individual for the occupation and permits the potential candidate to perceive how they may be suitable for the position. That type of document at Unilever usually includes: job title, education, experience, skills and qualities. Job advertisement, to my mind, is the most important document in the recruitment and selection process at Unilever. It is a drawn up from the person specification and the job description. The main purpose of a job advertisement is to attract suitable candidates for the position. Unilever advertisements include title of a job, education and qualifications needed, experience, skills and qualities as well as working conditions. During the next stage of the process applicants fill in the application form online on the site of Unilever. This document is created by Unilever and it helps the company to gather information about applicants. It usually includes applicant's personal duties, education and qualifications, working experience, skills and qualities and references. At the very end of the recruitment and selection process the company and a candidate sign up a contract of employment. It is a contract used in labour law to attribute...
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