Recruitment and Selection Strategies for Landslide Limousines
Carlos Mata M.D.
University of Phoenix/ HRM 531
TO: Bradley Stonefield, Customer of Atwood and Allen Consulting
FROM: Carlos Mata
CC: Traci Goldeman
DATE: May 25, 2015
SUBJECT: Landslide Limousines: Recruitment and Selection Strategies
A successful business must begin at the bottom, meaning that employee recruitment and selection strategies are the building blocks for Landslide Limousines. The business will be based in Austin, Texas. Mr. Stonefield plans on hiring 25 employees by the end of the first year. He believes his net revenue for the first year will be a negative $50,000, but predicts that he will see a five percent growth in subsequent years following the first year. The company should have about a ten percent turnover yearly. Landslide Limousines' overall organizational goal is to provide outstanding customer service in top of the line limousine accommodations at an affordable rate. This will set it apart from its competition. Despite this realistic goal, it will be based on the frontline employees whom dictate that recruiting and selecting exceptional talented employees is an absolute necessity in order for Landslide limousines business model to be prosperous.
Impact of Organizational Diversity/Demographic Changes on Landslide Limousines
America is known as a melting pot, especial in today’s culture, with various changes occurring in the population of Austin. It continues to grow and diversify specifically in terms of its demographics. Over the next several decades Texas's population will increase by over 70% by 2040. Hispanics will outnumber Anglo-Saxon’s due to high birth rates and immigrate rates (Combs, S, n.d.). As the population continues to skyrocket, Mr. Stonefield will have an abundance of qualified applicants for positions, which also entails more potential clients.
This makes it important to concentrate on having a diverse employee base in the...