Take on the role of an HR consultant in our MGTS7612 consulting business and present a detailed and evidenced based recommendation to me, as the Principal Consultant in your business, for the recruitment and selection strategy you have previously presented to your colleagues. Not every manager would expect this level of justification, but I place particular importance on the application of evidence based practice.
You will be seeking approval to initiate the recruitment and selection strategy as you have designed it. Your recommendation will be structured as a report, and will include a critical analysis drawing on the academic literature to explain and justify your choices of tools to be used in recruitment and selection and the overall process to come to a final decision about the successful applicant.
Your Position Description and your Job Advertisement, revised based on feedback from your previous assignments, should be included as an appendix.
Clear and concise written communication is an important skill to develop and hone. A template will be provided with guidance on the required sections. The word limit is 2000 words (excluding references, appendices, up to three tables with minimal text and the executive summary). Text beyond 2000 words will be neither read nor assessed. Appendices must be referenced in-text, presented in order of that reference, and clearly necessary for you to present your recommendation.
In order to argue for your strategy with evidence from current research on recruitment and selection, you must use a minimum of ten (10) good quality, peer reviewed journal articles to support your arguments. Please, please, pretty please use the course reading list provided as a starting point. You may also draw on other good quality sources as appropriate but you must avoid references to text books.
language for future generations. As a result, further developments are needed with regards to Welsh language corpus planning. With regards to the future, according to the Welsh Language Unit the government intend to continue language planning with the strategy plan including aspects such as: an increase in the number of people who both speak and use the language, more opportunities for people to use Welsh and finally an increase in people’s confidence and fluency in Welsh (Welsh Language Unit). Alongside this, according to Williams the visibility of Welsh has rocketed due to an amplifying interest in localism and genealogy- nowadays people desire to know what their ancestors spoke. As a result of this Welsh has become more of an established language suggesting that more people may speak welsh and have an interest in the language than initially recorded. Overall, the main driver of language revitalisation in Wales has been the extensive commitment of individuals fulfilling roles such as parents, local socio-political activists etc. Initially, the Education system was targeted and the platform this work has created for significant developments in creating a partial bilingual society should not be repressed and ignored. The Welsh government has shouldered responsibility for the lack of language policy and the little affect the policy in place has had on revitalising Welsh. In line with this, despite the fact that the demo- linguistic reality may continue to disappoint, as it is clear that many of the Welsh speakers produced by the education system inevitably migrate, those speakers who remain face a more positive future where more opportunities to learn, live and work in welsh are being provided. In conclusion, if anything is to be learnt from the Welsh example of language revitalisation it is that stubborn persistent action by the community must be stimulated before the government language policy will respond in an appropriate manner. Although, to ensure long term momentum and prevent a loss of direction the community engagement must be maintained. (Williams) >GET ANSWER