Eastern foods assigment
2521 words 11 pagesBackground:
As the building work is going to be complete in July 1st and therefore there is a plan to start the business early in May 1st. To develop the business the Eastern Foods is facing the following challenges with regards to HRM, Accounting, Marketing and Operations Management.
(a) Overview of Challenges Facing Eastern foods:
Human resource Management (HRM)
Human resource management is also identified as “personnel management”. There will be in detail study required of whole business for the recruitment of the new staff.
There should be study of hierarchy of the management level that will be necessary to manage the operations of business. And what skills will be obligatory for conducting the operations of business. The workers …show more content…
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