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1) Skills analysis Temporary Part-time staff:
Full time staff: staff: Can take on more work
Available for lots Require costly at busy times.
of hours so tasks training. Provides flexibility.
are completed. Can lack Motivates individuals.
Experienced in loyalty. Wider pool of
how the business Excellent for candidates.
works. covering busy Limited amount of work
Make periods. can be completed.
improvements. Allows for Less continuity (keep
Committed. flexibility. having to change staff)
Expensive. Usually not their main
Difficult to commitment.
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2) Recruitment: External...
Internal... New ideas
Experience of Wider choice of
business. candidates
Known to existing Bring in new skills
staff. Expensive
Promotion motivates
Takes longer
Cheaper ­ less
Know less about them
Still have a vacancy
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Selection involves:
1) Interviews: this shows the applicants
personality and communication skills
2) CV: this outlines their qualifications
3) Application form: this shows how
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...is the process of attracting the best potential
employees to apply for the post.
The job description: Explains the duties involved
with the job, who the candidate is responsible to,
who the candidate is responsible for, conditions of
service (holidays, hours of work, pay scale)
Its essential for a new business to recruit the right
people because if there is poor recruitment:
1) loss of customer loyalty through poor service
2) time and money spent on recruiting someone
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Remuneration ­ payment received by employees
Payment methods:
1) Wages ­ paid each week, usually calculated
depending on the hours worked (lower-skilled
2) Salary ­ paid once a month. The worker is paid a
yearly amount divided into 12 months (higher-
skilled jobs)
What influences how much a worker is paid?
1) Skills ­ amount required and how easy the are to
2) experience ­ the worker who has more
experience needs less training
3) The job market ­ no. of people out of work with
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