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People in Organisations
Unit Code: AJ52WN001
Credit Value: 3
Unit ID: ABI275
Last registration date: 31/07/2017
|The learner will
||The learner can
|1. ||Describe the features of formal organisations.|
|1.1 ||List the specialist functions which may exist within a business.|
|1.2 ||Construct an organisation chart for a business from information given.|
|1.3 ||Explain what is meant by centralisation.|
|1.4 ||List the advantages and disadvantages of centralisation and decentralisation within organisations.|
|2. ||Explain the importance of recruitment, selection and training within a business.|
|2.1 ||List the various methods of recruitment and selection.|
|2.2 ||List advantages and disadvantages of the various methods identified.|
|2.3 ||Explain the purpose of induction, training and staff development programmes.|
|3. ||Explain the role and importance of motivation within the workplace.|
|3.1 ||State the importance of motivation within the workplace.|
|3.2 ||Describe the main theories relating to motivation.|
|3.3 ||Describe ways in which non-monetary reward may motivate workers.|
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