Case Study Analysis
Carl must coordinate the new hire orientation, which is not limited to but includes scheduling the mandatory drug screening, examining the company and organization policies, and completing necessary new hire paperwork. Carl is currently behind on getting the task required completed. A range of items are missing that will allow the task necessary to complete the requirements in a timely manner with each of the goals from leadership getting met, including mandatory drug testing and paperwork missing from applicants files. One item to be addressed is the creation of an organized plan of action that includes a timeline of task, and events that must be completed ...view middle of the document...
Some of the procedures require that the new employees get a drug screening. The drug screening is company policy and must be followed [Passive voice ] so that the workers can start work. On June 15th the new hires are to start orientation and be trained [Passive voice ] and ready for work by July. In early April the new employees were notified of the employment opportunity. During a status update on May 15th Carl assured [Check spelling: "Assure" means "to give confidence to"; "Ensure" means "to make certain, to guarantee"] Monica that everything was on track for her new employees to be trained [Passive voice ] and ready for work in July. About 2 [Write out numbers under 10] weeks later Carl decided to review the employee packets and found that most of the packets were not complete. Seeing that the packets were not complete and that time was running out Carl began to worry. In addition to the packets being [Doctoral rule (but good advice for any academic writer)--If not a noun (as in "human being"), the word "Being" is hard to imagine; it means "existing." Try to rewrite this without using "being"--with action words like "attending," "working," "living," "experiencing," simply "as"--or even removing "being" completely] incomplete, Carl discovered that that [Remove one "that," and the meaning will be the same] training room he wanted will not be available due to [Check word usage: This phrase is most accurate in referring to something owed ($5 due) or an arrival time (due at 6:00)--try "because" or "because of"] another class going on during the month of June.
Concerns that have been identified [Passive voice ] are numerous, but it is necessary to focus on some of the most obvious. The time to accomplish the task that must be completed [Passive voice ] is limited [Passive voice ] . Carl has delayed on properly planning for his assignment and neglected some the [Usage: Some of the] most basic rules. The backward planning process was used [Passive voice ] by Carl. Had he utilized [Review word choice: "Utilize" can be used to mean "make good use of." For other meanings, such as "place in service" or "employ," the preferred word is "used" ] this process he may have avoided his current predicament. By not having had requested help or researched the amount time that was needed [Passive voice ] to get the drug screening done has further hampered the ability to complete the task to meet his deadline. In addition Carl did not review the applicants’ packets as they came in to ensure that the proper paperwork was gathered [Passive voice ] . Carl also failed to check with facilities to schedule the training room he wanted to use for the orientation. A Key item Carl failed to create was a checklist or an outline that he could follow that would safeguard him from missing critical checkpoints that he could utilize to judge his progress, and verify thoroughness of each applicants [Check spelling--Possessive applicant's] ‘packet.