Managing the Human Resource of Holden. Lecturer Dr. Bob Compton
Rajim Krishna Shrestha (C3172789)
Ge Du (c3157769)
Lu Cui (c3160052)
ShiDie Lu (c3159226)
Word count: 4650 excluding executive summary, table of content, references and appendices.
This report analyzes and discusses about the organizing and managing the human resource for the Holden subsidiary based on Singapore. Report starts with a brief introduction and background about the company and its business environment followed by mentioned analysis. Singapore 's PESTL Analysis has been carried out to determine its political, economical, social and technological and legal environments from a business perspective. The positions that has to be filled and the core competencies required has been scrutinized followed by the recruitment and selection process. Lastly the development process in terms of training the potential employees has also been discussed. The outcome of this report indicates that Singapore can be consider as a potential country to launch its subsidiary in order to internationalize its market in an Asian territory. The recommendation for the betterment of the company has also been discussed. A reference lists and appendices are also provided towards the end.
Table of Contents
Executive Summary 2
Company Background 5
PESTL analysis 8
Positions and Competencies 13
Recruitment Process 16
Selection Process 17
Staff Development Process 17
Conclution and Recommendation 20
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