1. Four factors that affect an organisations approach to attracting talent are:
* Expansion – A company that keeps expanding attracts a lot of new talent who want job security and promotion prospects.
* Development opportunities – A company who offer learning and development opportunities will attract a lot of talent who want to learn new skills to better their career. Without training prospects a lot of talent will be lost.
* Salary – A company with lower levels of salary wouldn’t attract as much talent as higher levels of pay. Workers want their hard work to reflect in their wages.
* Benefits packages – A company with good benefits package also attracts talent. People want to see what the company offers to safeguard and assist their employees.
2. Three organisation benefits of attracting and retaining a diverse workforce are:
* A varied array of employees means different levels of skills and knowledge, enabling each sector of an organisation to excel.
* A diverse workforce means people possess different attitudes and values whether these values are derived from race, religion or even nationality. When all brought together can benefit the company when dealing with a wide range of people and even internationally.
* Creativity and productivity would increase. People with different backgrounds have different ways of thinking. Enabling different views and ideas to emerge.
3. Factors that affect an organisations approach to recruitment and selection are:
* Skill shortages – Looking at what areas of the company are lacking in skills, giving the Human Resource department the chance to set Person Specifications and Job Descriptions based on what skills they require.
* Recruitment requirements – How much the company can afford to spend on recruitment, how many people need to be recruited, what position entails and pay level it should