Getting Employees Ready for Hire
Carl Robins is a new campus recruiter for ABC, Inc. He has enlisted and hired 15 new employees a few months after he was hired. The new recruits are to be trainees for Monica Carrolls, the Operations Supervisor. However, Carl has failed to make the necessary arrangements for the new trainee orientation that is scheduled to take place on June 15. He also has neglected to follow-up with each of the new trainees insuring that he or she has his or her applications and all mandatory pre-orientation tasks were completed. In order to get the recruits hired on time with all the necessary paperwork and orientation taken, he must rectify the situations within a timely manner.
However, Carl has failed to make the necessary arrangements for the new trainee orientation that is scheduled in the middle of May regarding the orientation, training schedule, policy booklets, manuals, and many other topics.
Following Memorial Day, he had decided to finalize and look over his paperwork for the orientation. As he perused the orientation manuals he found that there were only three copies; and aside from being shy a few manuals, many of the pages were missing from the manuals he did have. To make matters worse, none of the new trainees had been sent to the clinic for their mandatory drug screenings. Some of their transcripts were not on file along with many of their applications being incomplete. He next went to the training room where the orientation was to take place; in which, he found his coworker, Joe, who had also booked the training room for the entire month of June. Carl has many obstacles to overcome, but the July deadline is still attainable.
Looking into the problems and why they occurred can help solve the...