Analysis Of The Closure Of Holden Plants At Port Melbourne

2252 Words Jun 5th, 2015 10 Pages
ASSESSMENT – 3
REPORT ON HOLDEN

6/4/2015
INDERPREET SINGH
11556987

Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1
2. INTRODUCTION 1
3. TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT 2
3. PERFOREMANCE MANAGEMENT 4
4. REWARD MANAGEMENT 5
5. CONCLUSION 6
6. REFRENCES 7

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report illustrates about the closure of Holden plants at port Melbourne and Adelaide in 2017. This Report tells about the different ways of human resource department work on three areas in training and development, performance management and reward management to maintain the productivity and maintain efficient work force in employees of the organisation.
2. INTRODUCTION

Holden has recognised best dealership in Australia by naming them 2014 Grand Masters. Holden has a well reputed and trust worthy brand for the Australian’s from last few decades. They had doing a great job to get their customers trust. Holden’s annual grand masters is the ultimate dealer performance recognition program, customer services, measuring sales excellence, after sale delivery, training and other quality measures across all areas of the business (GM, 2015). Holden has always taking care of their employees need and provides proper resources to feel comfortable for doing job. They also give importance in the area of training and development, performance management and reward management for their employees. However, Holden had announced in 2013 that Holden to cease making cars in Australia in 2017 (Herald…
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