Case Study: Exploring the Best Strategies When Job Specific Failure is Imminent

2064 Words Jan 29th, 2018 8 Pages
The following case study discusses the particular problem of Carl Robins, a campus recruiter for ABC, Inc. The situation that Robins currently faces is the task of preparing for and scheduling training for 15 new hires. Training preparation requires coordination and organizing across multiple departments. Of particular note, this case study makes recommendations for changes in both the conduct of the recruiter and his supervisor, Monica Carrolls. Robins failed to carry out his specific job duties, however, the extent and adequacy of his preparation for this role is not clear. Indeed, Robins would have benefitted from the assistance of a more involved supervisor, specific deadlines which needed to be met along the way, and a clear understanding of the pitfalls to avoid when setting up a training.

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In his role as a recruiter at ABC, Inc., Carl Robins just hired 15 individuals to work for a supervisor named Monica Carrolls. On May 15, Carrolls asked Robins about the status of the preparations that needed to occur prior to orientation. Robins assured Carolls that everything would be ready on time.…

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