COMM/215 ESSENTIALS OF COLLEGE WRITING
April 28, 2014
Case Study Analysis - Avoiding Problems during the Recruitment Process
The purpose of this case study analysis is to give an overview of the problem that Carl Robins, the campus recruiter from ABC. Inc., faced during his first recruitment effort, to point the root causes of the problem, and to give proposed solutions as lessons learned for future reference and use.
This case study analysis will show what possible problems can occur during the recruitment process, and how those problems can be avoided. What is takes for one recruitment effort to be called successful?
The recruitment process consists of several stages:
1. The first stage starts with interviewing potential candidates, evaluating their resumes, giving proposed candidates to the hiring manager and finalizing and selecting the best candidates.
2. The second stage is the actual hiring and mobilization of the selected candidates. It includes: physical examination, drug tests, initial introduction and orientation, overview of the company’s policies and procedures and training.
In order the whole recruitment effort to be completed successfully, the recruiter needs to have previous experience, good knowledge of the overall process and certain necessary skills. The process itself has strict steps that must be followed in certain sequence. Furthermore, like every other process, the recruitment process needs to have well established policies and procedures in form of checklists, flow charts and scheduled activities. All of these perquisites can only help for smooth running of the recruitment process.
Carl Robins, employed by ABC, Inc. as a campus recruiter, while being already for six months at this new job, was assigned with a task to recruit 15 new trainees to work for Monica Carrolls, the Operations Supervisor. This was