BMP4006 People and Performance
Produce Appropriate recruitment and selection materials
In your role as HR manager at INUB, you have been asked to recruit a new Office manager to work at the organisation. To start the process, you have been asked to produce a portfolio of documentation, which must include the following documents (see below). It is important that the documents reflect the requirements relevant to the post and are suitably branded.
The documents required.
·A job description and person specification for the Office Manager
·A job advert to help you in recruiting the Office Manager
·A three month staff development plan for the new starter
In addition to the portfolio you are also required to provide a clear and detailed rationale (1500 words) for all the choices that you have made in the design of the above materials. These should be clearly based on reference to the academic literature. This document should be attached to your portfolio as an appendix.
Specific Assessment Criteria
First class: All materials in this portfolio will be to a high standard. Each document will be clearly designed with apparent consideration of all elements. It will demonstrate a clear ability to produce excellent HR materials that are relevant and appropriate for particular scenarios. It will also provide a clear and detailed rationale for all choices made throughout the development of each of the documents provided. This will include a thorough consideration of external factors influencing HR practice and therefore impacting upon the design of all materials. Referencing and research will be excellent and used effectively throughout to support your arguments.
Second class: All materials in the portfolio will be to a good standard. Each document will be clearly designed with apparent consideration of the different elements. It will demonstrate an ability to produce useful HR materials that are relevant and appropriate for particular scenarios. It will also provide a clear rationale for the choices made throughout the development of each of the documents provided. This will include a consideration of external factors influe
Third class: Materials in the portfolio will be to a satisfactory standard. Each document will be designed with apparent consideration of the different elements. It will demonstrate an ability to produce HR materials that are appropriate for particular scenarios. It will also provide a rationale for the choices made throughout the development of the documents provided. This will include a consideration of external factors influencing HR practice and therefore impacting upon the design of all materials. Referencing and research will be evident.
Fail: Students who do not meet the requirements of a third class grade will not successfully complete the assessment activity.
Additional Submission Instructions:
As well as submitting a hard copy of your work as instructed in Section 9 of the module guide, you are also required to submit a soft copy via “Turn-it-in UK” on the module Moodle page. The software will allow you to check your work against other material on the internet. It will also compare your work against other students work.
You will be able to upload drafts of your written work into turn-it-in as many times as you wish before the deadline.
You will not be able to overwrite the final submission after the deadline. You can only submit a single file.
Directly relevant to title. Addresses most or all of the implications and assumptions of the title.
Demonstrates a comprehensive knowledge of theory and practice for this level. Demonstrates ability in the manipulation and transfer of subject material to demonstrate a solid understanding of the issues.
Makes creative use of appropriate arguments and/or theoretical models. Contains some distinctive or independent thinking.
A comprehensive discussion of the material resulting in clear, logical conclusions.
Coherently articulated and logically structured.
Addresses some of the implications of the issues addressed by the title.
Demonstrates a sound knowledge of theory and practice for this level.
Manipulates and transfers some material to demonstrate a clear grasp of the themes, questions and issues.
Uses appropriate arguments or theoretical models.
Clear and valid discussion of the material. Clear, logical conclusions. For the most part coherently articulated and logically constructed.
An appropriate format is used.
Generally addresses the title and its implications, but sometimes addresses irrelevant issues.
Demonstrates an adequate knowledge of theory and practice for this level, with evidence of an appreciation of its significance. Provides a partly coherent argument, but lacking clear focus and consistency in places. Some issues lack clarity, or theoretical models expressed in simplistic terms.
Conclusions are fairly clear and logical.
Adequate attempt at articulation and logical structure.
An acceptable format is used. The presentational style & layout is correct for the type of assignment.
Inclusion of FTP but lacks selectivity. Competently written with minor lapses in spelling and grammar. Style is readable and mainly academic.
Most sources accurately cited in the text and an appropriate reference list in Harvard Style is provided.
Conclusions are not always clear or logical.
Some attempt at articulation and logical structure.
An acceptable format is used.
The presentational style & layout is largely correct for the type of assignment.
Inappropriate use of FTP or not used where clearly needed to aid understanding.
Generally competent writing although intermittent lapses in grammar and spelling pose obstacles for the reader. Style limits communication and tends not to be academic.
Some relevant sources cited. Some weaknesses in referencing technique.
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