Recruiting, Selecting, Orienting, and Training (answer attached)
Recruiting, Selecting, Orienting, and Training
Staffing is one of the most important responsibilities a supervisor undertakes. Successful
organizations must determine how to find the best people and then to ensure that those people become and remain an effective part of the company. Based on organizational needs,
procedural preferences, and size, organizations approach recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training personnel in different ways.
Resources: Appendix B, Ch. 10 (pp. 163-181) in Supervision: Key Link to Productivity (8th
ed.), and Creating Tables at
Use the table in Appendix B to compare and contrast the ways in which a large company and a small company might approach recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training personnel.
Post the table as an attachment.
Company’s Web site