Organization Is Key

Organization Is Key

  • Submitted By: JessicaCal
  • Date Submitted: 06/02/2012 1:52 AM
  • Category: Business
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Organization Is Key
Jessica Theresa Calvin
May 16, 2012
Latashia Bates

Organization Is Key
“The term organize is defined as, to put together into an orderly, functional, structured whole.” (Houghton Mifflin, 2012) The importance of organization in a business can be a challenge ,unlike, no other. There are tedious procedures that must be met in order for a business to be successful. My company is hired by ABC Inc. to analyze its hiring process and any other areas needing improvement. This case reveals the importance of organization as well as time management. The effects of neglecting both could cause major problems.

In early April, new campus recruiter Carl Robins, personally recruited 15 new hires. A part of the company for only a short period , Carl was responsible for completing a number of tasks prior to job start date. This will be the very first recruitment of the year for Carl. New trainees are hired to work for Operations Supervisor, Monica Carrols. Carl scheduled orientation on June 15th, the first official work day is scheduled to start in July, on May 15th, Monica contacted Carl for an update on the following tasks: scheduling times with dates, ABC Inc. procedure manuals, policy pamphlets, physicals examination results, drug urinalysis, along with other hiring deadlines. Carl reassured Monica he has it under control, and anything involving wi schedules will be on time. After May 28th Carl decided to look and finalize all paperwork that was for the orientation. Documents were never submitted. A majority of the applications received are incomplete, and transcripts are not accounted for. A mandatory drug screening was not conducted by the clinic. There is an insufficient amount of orientation manuals. Only three copies are available, but have missing pages. Procrastination was in full effect until the last minute, reviewing the scheduling log. Carl is shocked to discover the training room is reserved by another company member...

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