Coca Cola Human Resources

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QUESTION 1 …………………………………………………… Pages 3 – 6

QUESTION 2 …………………………….……………………… Pages 7 – 11

QUESTION 3 …………………………………………………… Pages 12 – 16

QUESTION 4 …………………….……………………………… Pages 17 – 22

BIBLIOGRAPHY …………………………………………………… Pages 23 – 24

1. Introduction:

Talent management can be defined as a concise action plan which outlines how an organization acquires, cultivates, retains and organizes the required talent to the organization’s current
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2008:486). Coca-Cola employees are well remunerated and are paid at the top end of the pay scale. This makes them market leaders in how they remunerate their employees thus making it unlikely for employees to accept other job offers that pay more.

Benefits influence whether an employee stays with an organization and perhaps even how they perform (Noe et al. 2008:486). Coca-Cola subscribes to this statement by providing their employees with benefits that will aid the retention of employees. The benefits, as mentioned in the case study, are: • A very generous and incomparable provident fund and death cover • Four months paid maternity leave • Study assistance and medical aid • Subsidized meals from the canteen • Club fees are paid to maintain and encourage healthy lifestyles (this may also influence the
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