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Risk Control Strategies: Human Resource Challenges
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6 pages (5 pages of text)
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Case (Field)
In late 2005, Risk Control Strategies, a canine training security company in Islamabad, Pakistan was formed. To ensure that the company was a class apart in security provision, the company founder designed an induction procedure based on employee referrals followed by a thorough two-month training program that encompassed both pure theory and practical dog-handling sessions. The extensive training increased employees’ market value, and they often left for higher salaries in other companies, without considering the added compensations Risk Control Strategies offered, such as medical benefits, free accommodation and basic health and education coverage for their families. The hiring process also contributed to the turnover; many of the friends and relatives who were given references by current employees came from villages and often returned to help their families with harvests. The founder needed to address the problem of employee retention before considering the future expansion of the company.
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  • To introduce students to the real life setting of a small company and its human resources management.
  • To teach students how human resources issues in a third world country differ from those in developed countries.
Organizational Behaviour/Leadership,  International
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Pakistan, Medium, 2014
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