Recruitment And Selection Strategies Re
Week 6 Individual Assignment
December 15, 2014
Recruitment and Selection Strategies for Clapton Commercial Construction
With the Michigan to Arizona expansion, Atwood and Allen Consulting recommends Clapton Commercial Construction (CCC) implement this proposed recruitment and selection strategies plan. The proposed strategies plan includes customized organizational recruitment goal, forecasted demographic changes, 5 year workforce analysis and workforce diversity objectives; and recommendations for organizational branding and methods for recruiting, screening and selecting candidates.
CCC Current and Forecasted Status
CCC, a commercial utility and earthmoving company has generated 10 million dollars in revenue annually and, with the expansion into Arizona, anticipates a 3% increase in revenue growth in the first year, after expansion (M. Luther Email, N.D.). To meet this projected increase in revenue CCC plans on expanding their current workforce from 650 to 780, a 20% increase, while maintaining their current turnover rate of 20%.
CCC’s Organizational Recruitment Goal
To recruit, place and retain top talented, skilled and well versed individuals that will positively impact CCC‘s vision of developing and promoting community advancement through commercial utility construction.
Forecasted Demographic Changes
In 2010 Arizona, like the rest of the United States experienced, experienced an increase in unemployment. In a study done in 2012 it was forecasted that from 2010 to 2010 the construction industry will have an increase in new jobs going from 111.5 thousand jobs to 166.2 thousand jobs, an increase by 49.1% (J.K. Brewer, September 2012). Further, the Bureau of Labor Statistics conducts annual employment status reports for those currently living in Arizona. In their 2011 study it was found that African Americans made up 15.2% of all unemployment and the second
References: J.K. Brewer, September 2012. Arizona Integrated Workforce Plan July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2017. Retrieved on December 15, 2014, from http://azgovernor.gov/GOWD/documents/ArizonaIntegratedWorkforcePlan2012-2017.pdf Huffpost. (2012). Arizona Struggles to Fill Construction Labor Demands. Retrieved from http://huffpost.com University of Phoenix. (2014). Email from Traci: Recruitment and Selection Strategies Recommendations. Retrieved from http://ecampus.phoenix.edu/secure/aapd/Materials/IP/curriculum/sb/HRM531/assignments/week6