exm 2742 1 Principles and practces of management Essay
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National Institute of Business Management
Chennai - 020
FIRST SEMESTER EMBA/ MBA
Subject : Principles and Practices of Management
Attend any 4 questions. Each question carries 25 marks
(Each answer should be of minimum 2 pages / of 300 words)
Q1)What are the fundamentals of staffing and manpower? Explain the different methods of selection recruitment, training and development.
FUNDAMENTALS OF STAFFING
Any organisational fabrication requires a variety of people, and the supply of people consists of differing types. The staffing function includes the process by which the right person is placed in the right organizational position. Human resource administration involves matching the jobs and people through preparation of…show more content… It is even more expensive when done badly because when unsuitable candidates apply for a job, then the post may need to be re-advertised - so it is best to get it right first time.
The starting point is to carry out job analysis to identify the sorts of skills, knowledge and essential requirements that someone needs to have to carry out a job. These details can be set out in a job specification, which is passed on to recruiters - it gives them a picture of the ideal candidate.
A job description is also helpful because it sets out: the title of a post when and where it will be carried out principal and ancillary duties of the post holder other details.
The job description can be sent out to potential candidates along with a person specification, which sets out the desirable and essential characteristics that someone will need to have to be appointed to the post.
A variety of media will be used to attract applications e.g. national newspapers for national jobs, and local papers and media for local posts.
Job advertisements set out such details as: location of work salary closing date of application how to apply experience required qualifications expected
Duties and responsibilities.
Selection simply involves choosing the right person for the job. Effective selection requires that the organisation makes the right prediction from data available about the various candidates for a post.
Research indicates that the most valid