1. Introduction and Statement of Thesis
• Today many companies are enduring the challenge of hiring, training, and retaining employees. Kudler Fine Foods employs approximately 127 individuals total from all stores. Human Resource policies at Kudler Fine Foods consists of recruiting individuals from outside the stores for entry level jobs and other positions such as managerial positions are offered to employees of Kudler before recruiting ‘outside’ prospective employees.
• The Director of Administration & Human Resources at Kudler Fine Foods develops the policies such as the recruitment and selection practices, as well as directs and coordinates administrative and human resource activities.
• Although Kudler Fine Foods …show more content…
Offering management or other administrative positions to individuals already employed at Kudler before offering the position to more qualified individuals. 2. Low pay for entry level employees.
• The current strategies in Human Resources are keeping Kudler from expanding, improving sales, and are not adequately compensating employees.
4. Argument to support thesis with evidence
• Offering management or administrative positions to already employed Kudler personnel prevents more qualified individuals from taking the positions. Individuals with more education and more experience would benefit Kudler.
• Qualified individuals with more education and experience would be able to generate better strategies for improving sales with current customers as well as luring new customers, expand operations, and increase profits and decrease cost of materials.
• Certain areas of knowledge are not only required but necessary to manage certain task which requires education and experience. Organizations who offer the grocery sackers management positions are not only wasting time but not making sound business …show more content…
Low customer participation in current plans for increasing sales is not successful according to studies demonstrating the need for hiring more qualified individuals to make decisions.
5. Discuss why the recommendations outweigh are necessary
• Hiring educated individuals to certain positions will lead in increase in sales and decrease in cost of goods which will allow for pay raises for entry level employees, more profits, and expansion of services.
• Pay raises lead to happier and more productive employees. Employees making 8 dollars an hour are not as friendly or helpful which reduces customer satisfaction.
• Employees might not understand the hiring of an ‘outsider’ in certain positions but once they see how it benefits them they will adjust. Maintaining employee satisfaction cannot harm business. Employee satisfaction has limits.
• Employees must realize that decisions that are made might not make them happy but that is business.
• If more qualified individuals are employed at Kudler the profits would increase to the point of making everyone happy: customers, management, owners, employees,