CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services Student assessment guide BSBHRM506 Manage recruitment…

CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services

Student assessment guide

BSBHRM506 Manage recruitment selection and induction processes

Qualification

Code

BSB50215

Name

Diploma of Business

Unit of Competency

Code

BSBHRM506

Name

Manage recruitment selection and induction processes

Student Name

Assessor Name

Method of Assessment

Task1:Questions

Task2:Report

Task3: Report

Assessment given:

Assessment due:

Submission date

Date

Resubmit 1

Date

Resubmit 2

Date

Resubmit 3

Date

Result

?Satisfactory ?Not Satisfactory

Feedback was given to the student via:

Face to face

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E-message

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Phone

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Do you acknowledge as a student the following:(all boxes need to beticked)

?The assessment process has been explained to me

? I amready to commence the assessment process. I have been advised of the assessment requirements, my rights and responsibilities as an assessment candidate, and I choose to be assessed at this time

? I understandwhich unit/s to complete, evidence I need to provide and how to complete this document

? I understand my right of appeal and this has been fully explained to me

? I have discussed with my trainerany special needs that should be considered when undertaking this assessment task

Student declaration:

I declare that the details included in this assessment and all supporting documentsare a true and accurate record of my abilities in relation to this unit. I also declare that:

?I have made a copy of my work

?This assessment is my own and contains no material written by another person except where due reference is made.

?I am aware that a false declaration may lead to the withdrawal of a qualification or statement of attainment.

Assessor’s Feedback to Student

Student’s Feedback(Please offer constructive feedback to trainer)

Action plan(Assessor to record an agreed action plan for any task deemed Not Satisfactory).

Assessor Signature

Date

Student Signature

Date

Assessment outline

This assessment contains three parts. You are required to answer all questions. Each response requires a minimum of one paragraph. You are being assessed on the learning you have already undertaken as listed below.

The first task is questions and answers.You must complete each of theeight questions, ensuring that the response corresponds with the task number.

A minimum of one paragraph response per point is required

The second task is a report.You must critically analyse the policies and proceduresfor recruitment, selection and induction processes and procedures for a chosen organisation. Complete six tasks, ensuring that the response corresponds with the task number.

The report should be approximately2000 words.

The third task is a report.You must develop a report for recruitment, selection and induction processes and procedures for a chosen organisation. Completefive tasks, ensuring that the response corresponds with the task number.

The report should be approximately 2000 words.

Performance Evidence

Evidence of the ability to:
1.develop or critically analyse a policy and procedures framework for recruitment, selection and induction2.identify the need for recruitment3.prepare and oversee appropriate documentation required for recruitment4.select and advise job applicants appropriately5.manage the induction process6.comply with relevant legislation and organisational requirements.

Knowledge Evidence

To complete the unit requirements safely and effectively, the individual must:
1.describe recruitment and selection methods, including assessment centres2.explain the concept of outsourcing3.describe the purpose of employee contracts and industrial relations4.summarise relevant legislation, regulations, standards and codes of practice that may affect recruitment, selection and induction5.explain why terms and conditions of employment are an important aspect of recruitment6.explain the relevance of psychometric and skills testing programs to recruitment.

Task 1Knowledge questions
1.a)Provide a brief description of what recruitment is.b)Provide a brief description of what selection is.2.Outline 2 differences between recruitment and selection3.Outline the steps in selection (or process to selection)4.What are assessment centres? (approx. 300 words)5.Explain the concept of outsourcing. What are the advantages and disadvantages.6.What is the purpose of employee contracts and industrial relations? Outline the legislation, regulations, standards and codes of practice that may affect recruitment, selection and induction.7.Describe why terms and conditions of employment are an important aspect of recruitment.8.What is psychometric testing? Describe how it is relevant for testing skills in the recruitment programs?

Task 2Critical Analysis Report
Answer the following tasks based on a workplace example.You can base the report on:•Your ownorganisation•Anorganisationyou are familiar withand have access to their policies and procedures•Eithersimulated organization set up for learning purposes‘Australian Hardware’or‘CoffeeVille’,these are fictitious organisationsavailable athttp://simulations.ibsa.org.au/ (you will need to go to the intranet link to access the staff only intranet page with policies and procedures)

You are required to critically analyse an existing policy and procedures framework for recruitment, selection and induction inthe chosen organisation and prepare aformal reportto senior management. A guide to the word count is 2,000 words.

1.Write a brief description of the organisation. Outline the nature of the business, its design and structure, the strategic and operational goals and the organisational climate.2.Review and analyse the current Recruitment, Selection and induction policy by addressing the following points.a)Locate the recruitment, selection and induction policy and procedures for the organisation (attach a copy of the organisation’s Recruitment, Selection and Induction Policy asAppendix 1 to your report).b)Identify and analyse how this policy links to and supports the organisationstrategic and operational plansc)Identify legislation relevant to Recruitment, Selection and Induction.d)Identify opportunities to utilise specialists, e.g. recruitment agencies, remuneration specialists, vocational psychologist, staff who run security checks etce)Identify options for technology to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the recruitment and selection process3.If any pointsi. to v. are not covered in the policy, then outline what needs to be included in revised recruitment, selection and induction policy and procedures.

4.Use the Evaluation Checklist below, to critically analyse the organisation’s current Recruitment, Selection and Induction practices (attach this asAppendix 2 to your report).

5.Summarise the data you have collected and provide recommendations to present to senior managers to improve the organisation’s Recruitment Selection & Induction policy and procedure framework.

6.As part of implementingthese recommendationprepare an implementation plan (use the dot points below as headings) which outlines:•A communication strategy that identifiesoeveryone who should be aware of the policy,othe communication methods used and specific timeframe.•A process to trial any new procedures and documentation that supports recommended changes.

Attach the implementation plan asAppendix 3.

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A2 Task 4Evaluation Checklist – Evaluation of organisation’s Recruitment, selection and Induction practices

Criteria

Information, systems and processes reviewed

Who was consulted

What training and support is provided to relevant staff. Who provides this training?

Findings (summary of gaps and opportunities for improvement). These will help to form the recommendations in your report.

Ensure current position descriptors and person specifications for vacancies are used by managers and others involved in the recruitment, selection and induction processes

Ensure thatadvertisingof vacant positions complies withorganisationalpolicy and legal requirements

Ensure thatselection proceduresare in accordance withorganisationalpolicy and legal requirements (e.g. permanent residency, right to work)

Ensure that processes for advising applicants of selection outcome are followed

Ensure that job offers and contracts of employment are executed promptly and that new appointments are provided with advice about salary, terms and conditions

Check that induction processes are followed across theorganisation

Oversee the management of probationary employees and provide them with feedback until their employment is confirmed or terminated

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