Module Code :- 3CO04
Assignment Title :- Essentials of People Practice
Assessment Type :- Assignment
This unit assignment introduces the fundamentals of people practice, ranging from the employee life cycle to policies regulation and law. It further explores a diverse array of specialist subjects such as recruitment talent management reward and learning and development essential to a career in people practice. Importantly this unit enables practitioners to apply their knowledge and skills building their confidence and ability to practice progressively.
Recruitment – an introduction :-
Good recruitment is vital for every organisation finding the right people for the right roles at the right time. It ensures that the workforce has the relevant skills and abilities for the organisation’s current and future needs. Effective resourcing is not just about filling an immediate vacancy but about having an impact on the long-term success of the business using workforce planning data to under stand what skills are needed for organisational performance.
This fact sheet looks at what recruitment and resourcing involves and outlines the UK law affecting recruitment activities. It describes the stages of the recruitment process: defining the role including job analysis and job description attracting the applicants using both internal and external methods managing the selection process and finally making the appointment and employment offer.
Performance Management – an introduction
If people are the greatest creators of value in organisations then good performance management is critical for an organisation’s success. Employees need to understand what’s expected of them and to achieve those goals they must be managed so that they’re motivated have the necessary skills resources and support and are accountable. Performance management aims to monitor main tain and improve employee performance in line with an organisation’s objectives. It’s a not a single activity but rather a group of practices that should be approached holistically.