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P1 (1.1): describe the recruitment documentation used in a selected organization.
P2 (1.2): describe the main employability, personal, and communication skills required when applying for a specific job role.
M2 (2.1.1): assess the importance of employability and personal skills in the recruitment and retention of staff in a selected organization.
P3 (2.1): describe the main physical and technological resources required in the operation of a selected organization.
M1 (1.1.1): explain how the management of human, physical and technological resources can improve the performance of a selected organization.
D1 (1.1.2): evaluate how managing resources and controlling budget costs can improve the performance of a business.
P4 (3.1): describe sources of internal and external finance for a selected business s.
P5 (3.2): Interpret the contents of a trading and profit and loss account and balance sheet for a selected company.
M3 (3.2.1): interpret the contents of a trading and profit and loss account and balance sheet for a selected company explaining how accounting ratios can be used to monitor the financial performance of the organization.
D2 (3.3.2): evaluate the adequacy of accounting ratios as a means of monitoring the state of the business in a selected organization, using examples.
P6 (3.3): illustrate the use of budgets as a means of exercising financial control of a selected company
M4 (3.3.1): analyze the reasons why costs need to be controlled to budget
D3 (3.3.2): evaluate the problems they have identified from unmonitored costs and budgets.
P7 (4.1) illustrates the financial state of a given business.
Sainsbury’s is the second biggest departmental store in the marketplace of the UK. The main competitors of Sainsbury’s are Tesco, Iceland, Morrison, and ASDA. It has been the second leading retail company in the UK market with a 16.9% market share. Sainsbury’s was established in 1869 by a person called John James Sainsbury with a single shop in London. It became a bigger retail company in 1992 and the first self-service retailer in the UK market during 1995. However, since 1995 Tesco has been dominating the market, where ASDA was the second-largest retailer in the UK in 2003, beating the Sainsbury’s in the third-place until 2014.
Now in the marketplace of the UK, it is placing the second position. Sainsbury’s has divided its operations into three distinct groups: Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd, Sainsbury’s plc, and Sainsbury’s Convenience Stores Ltd. Sainsbury has also sister organizations called Sainsbury’s Bank, Sainsbury’s Local, Sainsbury charitable trusts, and Sainsbury’s settlements. Sainsbury is now operating on the stocks including both London Stock Exchange and the FTSE 100 Index. Sainsbury is growing up slowly and steadily attracting an increased trend of customers and market share in the competitive market (Sainsbury’s Annual Report, 2015).
P1 (1.1): describe the recruitment documentation used in a selected organization
A vacancy in Sainsbury’s
A job was searched at Sainsbury’s online. The searching for Sainsbury’s Jobs windows is collected from its website, which is shown in the following diagram:
Diagram: searching for Sainsbury’s Jobs
A vacancy was found on Sainsbury’s website. The job title was Store Supervisor. The location of this vacancy was Kensington Church. The pattern of this job is full-time and it is a permanent job. The salary is £8.68 per hour in starting which will be increased to £9.41 per hour after provision periods of 12 weeks. The area of this vacancy is in the area of in-store roles.
- Sainsbury’s offers a number of benefits and offer a lot from the day the candidates join with other benefits in the development of career.
- The key benefits offered by Sainsbury’s are: a) excellent training and development opportunities; b) staff discount card; c) annual bonus scheme; d) automatic enrolment into a pension scheme; e) cycle to work scheme; f) travel card loans; g) childcare vouchers, and h) awards for long service.
Sainsbury’s is one of the biggest retailers in the UK, in which vision is being placed so experiences that the colleague feels easy and loves to shop and work.
- Joining Sainsbury’s as a Store Supervisor the candidate have to support the store team and develop a good shopping to the consumers.
- Customers are at the heart of Sainsbury’s and in its doing, serving people, how and where they wish. The candidate must make working in Sainsbury’s so rewarding.
- The candidates who have a real passion for customer service are most welcome to Sainsbury
- The persons who have the ability to lead and motivate a team are wanted for this job
- This vacancy is looking for the people who are willing to receive coaching and development skills
- It is also looking for persons who have a fair and consistent approach to team management.
This job includes a number of factors. The candidate will be consistently leady by examples, ensuring its service, standards are unbeatable, and operational processes. The key responsibilities of this job vacancy are outlined as follows:
For meeting the criteria of this vacancy the candidate has to register first and then have to log in. After log in the candidate have to answer a set of questions. When the answers will meet the requirements, the candidate will get an application form that needs to be filled in. In the first section, the education qualification is outlined. Then, the previous experiences and skills are outlined. Then, CV has to enclosed with the form. Finally, two referees and their details need to be put in the application form. After filling in the entire form the candidate has to submit. When the application is successfully submitted the candidate gets a message written “Well Done” from the Sainsbury’s. The application filling in the process is shown in the following diagram………………….