Essay on Executive SummaryABC Report Corrections

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Executive Summary: Detailed Description Explaining a Case Study Analysis

Susanna M. Compton

November 17, 2014

Instructor Darlene Robinson

University of Phoenix

In early April, Carl Robins, the new campus recruiter for ABC, Inc., successfully recruited several new hires in spite of having been at his job for only six months; this was his first recruitment effort . However, Carl is inexperienced and maybe not remembering his training, he did not complete the appropriate actions for hiring new trainees. Carl did not realize what his responsibilities fully involves, he also did not realize how to utilize effective management skills. The new applicants did not complete mandatory drug screening, training were not prepared, and he did not have available space for orientation by July. While going through his files, he became aware of his mistakes and panic wondering what he is going to do. Carl is about to endure a professional nightmare as the target date for orientation approaches, and he is regretfully unaware of certain areas of non- compliance in the applications process, transcripts, and mandatory drug screenings required of all new hires.
While going through his files, Carl became worried about the mistakes that was made and what needed to be corrected. Thinking to himself what should he do next will he be able to rise to the occasion and deliver what is expected of him, as the demands of his position, and as outlined in his job description, or will he stand to lose his newly acquired position due to his lack of communication and inexperience skills.

Carl has had enough time to complete his tasks by procrastinating close to deadline.
Carl has steps that need to be followed correctly in the complex process of hiring.
He had to achieve staffing objectives by recruiting and evaluating job candidates; advising managers; managing relocations and intern program. Carl needs to establish recruiting requirements by studying organization plans and objectives; meeting with managers to discuss needs. He also needs to determine applicant requirements by studying job description and qualifications. Carl needs to determine the new hire qualification by interviewing applicants, analyzing responses; verifying references; comparing qualification to job requirements.
Interviewing and hiring takes necessary steps to followed there are drafting job descriptions before posting job vacancies on the internet it is a important duty of a recruitment officer. Headhunting involves scouting the market for job candidate, and assist selection process by interviewing applicants, reviewing their testimonials and certificates. Also forwarding their resume to the relevant departments.

Proposed Solution:
In this situation, the best way is to fix each problem separately, and coordinate actions in the full-extended plan that will determine the type of action for each day before deadline.

Carl Robins new campus recruiter for ABC, Inc., was in charge with the hiring of 15 new trainees. In order to complete his first project he needed to hire 15 new applicants. Inexperienced and not remembering his professional training he did not complete the appropriate actions for hiring the new hires. Carl failed to prepare for the new trainees to start working by July. Forgetting his training materials which should have been addressed by forwarding their resume to relevant departments. It is important to follow up on a candidate’s references, at the end of the interview process create a short list of the best candidates, and submit their names to the human resource department or his supervisor. Carl role in the selection process entails notifying candidates of the outcome of the interview and advising successful ones on issues such as career progression,pay rates, training, and drug testing. In addition, he did not read