Overview This week we are studying intent and interpretation, specifically focus
OverviewThis course follows a fictional company called Fleet, Farm and Home (FFH)FFH is currently entering an expansion mode, and you have been asked to serve on a three-person task force whose objective is to recommend one location for expansion. A consulting firm was hired to review locations in the Midwest area of the United States and to identify the top locations for expansion. A typical FFH store will need to hire roughly 100 part-time and full-time employees, and a concern about each of the identified locations is the availability of qualified applicants for store positions. A preferred candidate would have 12 years of college and at least one year of retail or customer service experience. The following are the possible locations for expansion: Ottumwa, Iowa. Ottawa, Illinois. Grand Island, Nebraska.PreparationUse federal government, city, county, and state Web sites, including Chamber of Commerce or local visitor bureau resources, or any appropriate sources including those in this course, to develop the data and information needed to guide the decision-making process for FFH.DescriiptionBased on course readings as well as your own research, you may decide what elements to incorporate into a business report on your recruiting plan strategy. Be sure to include the following in your report for HR management and organizational leaders to base their decision on: Compare the labor markets for each of the three locations listed above. Include the following in your analysis: Populations. Unemployment rates. Median incomes. Educational levels of the work force. Other relevant data. This could include ages and work force diversity, for example. Assess laws that impact FHHs recruiting strategy. Analyze resources for recruiting minorities. Research at least two credible sources for recruitment of FHHs store positions. Recommend a location to support FHHs expansion plans. Explain how each source used supports your recruiting recommendations. You should have at least five identified sources for your plan.Your recruiting plan strategy should demonstrate graduate-level writing skills through the accurate communication of thoughts that support a central idea and use of correct grammar and mechanics as expected of a human resource professional.