New Zealand refining Company refines bulk petrol and oil imported for employ in this country. Because of its unique nature of its operation, it frequently needs specialist technical staffs that aren’t available in New Zealand. Every year average of one or two migrants is recruited worldwide. These specialist technicians are in high demand globally and company is registering a high employee turnover through years.
a) Illustrate out the problem in this case study.
b) Describe the problem solving stages with respect to the case study.
c) Using the case study, illustrate out briefly the recruitment and selection process and its effectiveness.
Critically discuss and illustrate out the dissimilar common decision making traps. Support your answers with appropriate instances.
Critically discuss and illustrate out how to make effective group decisions.
The analysis of Weaknesses and Strengths and Opportunities and Threats is probably the most common and extensively known tool that assists decision makers accomplish their goals and objectives.
Critically assess this statement using appropriate instances from the tourism and hospitality industry to support your answer.