Human Resources Management 531
University of Phoenix
December 1, 2008
The merger of Interclean and Envirotech has brought on a new outlook and perspective for the industrial cleaning service industry. The merger will reveal a new strategic plan and change the focus for Interclean. These changes will require changes in job assignments and well as changes in job descriptions. There will be six new positions to fill by someone from Interclean or Envirotech. The positions available are: Vice President of Sales, sales manager, and outside sales representatives. These positions will have detailed job descriptions. The positions will be filled using some of the selection methods discussed in Chapter 7 Managing Human Resources. The different methods will help the hiring team choose the individual who will be the best fit for the position.
“Job analysis is the foundation for forecasting the need for human resources as well as plans for such activities as training, transfer, or promotion” (Cascio, 2005). Training for employees requires a well staffed and job knowledgeable human resources team. The teams will be in charge of making sure all aspects of the jobs are outlined. Jobs change every day so it is up to the human resource staff to keep the descriptions up to date. In chapter five Cascio makes a statement, “What you learn today you’ll use on the job tomorrow” was used to say training an employee can be very costly to the company. Paying attention to what is being taught will be very valuable to the individual when released from training. The human resources team is also in charge of creating and planning the career path for positions within the company or organization. According to the reading without an understanding of the jobs available and how they relate to other jobs, creating a career path is impossible. Human resources have to make sure the company is in compliance with the ADA and...
References: Cascio, Wayne F. (2005). Managing Human Resources Chapter 5. Retrieved from University of Phoenix.
Cascio, Wayne F. (2005). Managing Human Resources Chapter 7. Retrieved from University of Phoenix.
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