Case Study Of Recruitment And Training Process Of CIBC

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People are the lifeblood of our business. Yet the two key HR systems; recruitment and training process of securing this valuable asset often gets neglected. As was brought to our attention in CIBC’s HR corporate annual meeting; Turnover percentage was at 52%, the corporate goal is to bring this down below 30%. Consequently 40% of the current employees did not meet the required expectations of the business goals, the corporate goal is to have less than 10% did not meet. By strengthening the current HR recruitment and training strategies, will assist the business in obtaining the corporate goals.
Looking at our current recruitment process we have a strong pre-screening interview questionnaire, in addition to this process 3 senior level management members need to agree in order for the candidate to be hired. Unfortunately the time invested in the process for
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As well enhancing the training content with the Lending and Investment Specialists involvement in order to increase the employees meeting expectations. This will guarantee that CIBC’s turnover will be 30% or less and 90% of employees meeting corporate goals.

Resources:

Hermann Schwind, Hari Das, Terry Wagar, Neil Fassina, and Julie Bulmash. "Recruitment Chapter 5." Canadian Human Resource Management. 10th ed. McGraw-Hill Ryerson. 172+. Print.

Hermann Schwind, Hari Das, Terry Wagar, Neil Fassina, and Julie Bulmash. "Orientation, Training and Development, Career Planning Chapter 7." Canadian Human Resource Management. 10th ed. McGraw-Hill Ryerson. 279+. Print.

Katherine Dowding. "Techniques in Interviewing." Exit Interviewing. University of Alberta Enterprise Learning, Edmonton Downtown Campus. 15 Nov. 2015. Lecture.

Managers Resources: Http:w2.cibc.com/en/cibc/Pages/people-manager.aspx. Web. 22 Jan.

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