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Develop understanding of how to effectively manage people’s as well as your own employability and careers in organisations

In this paper, you are supposed to write a report that entails the core theme of managing people and careers as resources in terms of careers, recruitment, and employability. Moreover, you have to find out how to productively handle the people along with your employability within an organisation. Furthermore, you have to evaluate and discuss your drawbacks and qualities in accordance with the organisational employability chances. Also, demonstrate your findings professionally within a sound format.  

Instructions 

Assessment Brief

Academic year and term:

2018/19 – Semester One

Module title:

Managing People and Careers

Module code:

QAB020N501S

Brief introduction to module

 

This module will help you understand the background to managing people as resources in respect of careers, recruitment and employability. By gaining knowledge of why employers use the techniques and processes they do to attract and recruit the right people for their organisations you will be able to apply it to your own future management practice as well as to your own applications for graduate jobs.  We will guide you through typical recruitment practices for graduate jobs from the perspective of a recruiter and an applicant. It is very practical and much of the learning arises from in-class activities, many of which simulate actual recruitment exercises. An important part of the module is developing your networking skills among fellow students from different cultures and building your confidence in communicating with others. It is very important that you attend all lectures and seminars as each session will address a different aspect of your expected learning outcomes.

 

Learning outcomes assessed within this piece of work

  1. Knowledge outcome – Develop understanding of how to effectively manage people’s as well as your own employability and careers in organisations
  2. Intellectual /transferable skills outcome – You will be able to: (a) analyse own strengths and weaknesses in relation to organisational employment opportunities and becoming business ready; (b) apply mindfulness of yourself and others in order to operate effectively and sensitively within cross-cultural teams and (c) to present the findings of an investigation in a professional manner through a variety of media in an acceptable format

Type of assessment:   

Portfolio submitted in one document

Instructions for assessment

Formative Assessment

During seminars in week 8 you will take part in interview simulations which will test your ability to articulate how you meet the skills and criteria of a given vacancy. This will give you the opportunity to voice some of the skills examples you will have been asked to compile throughout the module in your ‘Skills Bank’. This session is compulsory. You will receive feedback and your reflections on these simulations must be written up and be included in your final summative submission.

During seminars in week 10 you will also take part in assessment centre exercise simulations which will test your ability to demonstrate the skills required for most graduate and management vacancies. This session is compulsory. You will receive feedback and y our reflections on these simulations must be written up and be included in your final submission.

It is important that you attend ALL seminars, but it is particularly important that you attend the relevant seminars feeding directly into your assessment. Failing to attend will affect your final mark.

Summative Assessment

For your final assessment you will be asked to submit a portfolio containing the components listed below which will be based around a given fictitious job vacancy. You will have a choice of 3 job vacancies, which will be given to you in week 9-10 of teaching. The job vacancies will be fictitious, but based on suitable vacancies available at the time.

The purpose of this is to enable you to put your learning immediately into practice in a current and meaningful way. During the seminars leading up to week 9-10 you will be practising the skills you will need on other, similar, vacancies. Marking will be according to the mark scheme included in this document and full details will be shared and discussed during seminars.

All components must be combined in one document. 

The maximum word limit for this assessment is 2500 words, excluding references and templates.


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