a 900-word case study analysis paper base on below:
early April, Carl Robins, the new campus recruiter for ABC, Inc., successfully
recruited several new hires in spite of having been at his new job for only six
months; this was his first recruitment effort.
He hired 15
new trainees to work for Monica Carrolls, the Operations Supervisor. He
scheduled a new hire orientation to take place June 15, hoping to have all new
hires working by July.
On May 15,
Monica contacted Carl about the training schedule, orientation, manuals, policy
booklets, physicals, drug tests, and a host of other issues, which Carl would
coordinate for the new hires. Carl assured Monica that everything would be
arranged in time.
Memorial Day, Carl was at his office and pulled out his new trainee file to
finalize the paperwork needed for the orientation on June 15. While going
through the files, Carl became concerned. Some of the new trainees did not have
applications completed or their transcripts on file, and none of them had been
sent to the clinic for the mandatory drug screen. He then searched the
orientation manuals and found only three copies with several pages missing from
he went for a quick walk. Upon his return to the office, he decided to check
out the training room for the orientation. There, he found Joe, from technology
services, setting up computer terminals. Carl reviewed the scheduling log and
found that Joe had also reserved the room for the entire month of June for
computer training seminars for the new database software implementation.
panicked. He went back to his office, put his head on his desk, and thought to
himself, "What am I going to do?"
Analyzing the Case
Read and study the case thoroughly.
2. Define the problem(s).
Select a focus for your analysis by identifying key issues and their causes.
Identify and apply course concepts in order to identify possible solutions.
Evaluate alternative solutions and choose the solution you believe is best.
Must be original, plagiarism free, and
absolutely no recycle paper.