People and Organization MC Donalds

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Running head: PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONS0People and Organisations
PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONS1Executive SummaryMcDonald’s is one of the world’s largest fast-food chains which operate in more than 119countries. The human resource frame of McDonald's focuses on various factors includingrecruitment, retention, training, development, compensation and many others. The humanresource department of McDonald's has established an efficient recruitment procedure toensure that only skilled employees are selected in the organisation. The company also usesmultiple sources of recruitment to widen their scope of recruitment. The training anddevelopment programs of McDonald's provide necessary training to managers and workerswhich assist them in smoothly operate the daily operations.There are a few weaknesses in McDonald’s human resource frame which is difficult toovercome by the company. The employee turnover rate is considerably high which increasesthe expenditure in the corporation. Many employees behave rudely with customers which isdetrimental to McDonald’s reputation. The human resource department also finds it difficultto implement modern technology into their operations. To overcome these weaknesses,McDonald's can implement various strategies. These can improve their salary packages toattract and retain talented workers. They can improve their training programs and use moderntechnology to enhance the productivity of their workers.
PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONS2Table of ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................3McDonald’s Incorporation.........................................................................................................4Strengths of McDonald’s Human Resource Frame...................................................................4Specialised Training for Managers........................................................................................4Effective Recruitment Procedure...........................................................................................5Multiple Sources of Hiring.....................................................................................................5Employees Training Programs...............................................................................................6Employee Benefits.................................................................................................................6Diversity in Workforce..........................................................................................................6Weaknesses of McDonald’s Human Resource Frame...............................................................7Rude Behaviour of Workers...................................................................................................7High Employees Turnover Ratio...........................................................................................7Difficulty in Finding Talented Workers.................................................................................7Lack of Competence to Change.............................................................................................7Recommendations......................................................................................................................8Conclusion..................................................................................................................................9References................................................................................................................................10
PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONS3IntroductionA corporation’s human resource frame focuses on the requirements of peoples along withtheir skills, duties, values, interests, and interactions in the organisational environment.Human resource frame includes various activities relating to the management of humancapital in an organisation, such as recruitment, retention, training, development,compensation and many others. The corporations with highly efficient and productiveemployees are required to effectively manage various aspects of their human resource capital,such as motivation, required training, avoiding conflict, proper protection of interest andmany others. To improve the productivity of its human resource capital, the management isexpected to commit to the individual learning, direction, supervision, and motivation toensure optimal results. This report will focus on analysing the strengths and weaknesses of“McDonald’s” based on its human resource frame. Further, the report will providerecommendations to overcome the shortcomings in order to improve human resource processand achieve business sustainability.
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