“You have joined a service organisation of approximately 5000 employees operating in Australia as the HR Executive, the general manager has asked you to overhaul the current recruitment, selection and employee turnover functions of this organisation because of evidence of poor matching of new employees to their work roles and rising levels of staff turnover. Whilst you have some clear ideas about how this can be achieved, you also have some concerns about pursuing this goal in the short-time, mostly because of the still uncertain outlook for the economy. In essay-format, discuss the nature and significance of recruitment, selection and employee turnover functions in an organisation, how would deal with the perceived problems in these HR functions, and the time frame for achieving your goal relative to uncertainties in your organisation’s environment”.
Human resource management is system and practice process that influence employees’ behaviour, attitudes and performance, it relates to many aspects like company’s strategic, ethical issues, job analysis, man power planning, performance evaluation, training employees and finally it could influence the purpose of company (De Cieri, H., Kramer, R., Noe, R., Hollenbeck, J., Gerhart, B. and Wright, P. 2008). As human resource managers in this big service organisation, managers’ faced two tough challenges, one is, managers need to solve poor matching of new employees to their position, and another one is to reduce high levels of employees’ turnover, especially in this uncertainties economy environment.
It has 5000 employees in this organization, and it must has a huge and complexity man power system, thus if managers want to solve staff problems, that they have to from rudimentary parts like, recruitment and selection process. Recruitment is a system that uses different ways to attract potential employees who will work