Assignment TasksThere is only a PASS or FAIL mark. There are no grades. You must achieve all Learning Outcomes at thestandards stated by the Assessment Criteria in order to pass the entire unit. This means you will need tocomplete all tasks to the required standard.You have been provided an exciting case study on the company Tarmac. You are required to completeALL the tasks after the case study. You should also conduct your own research where required.TARMAC: Developing a Human Resource strategyIntroductionTarmac was established in 1903 and is the UK’s leading supplierof building materials and aggregates to the building industry.Tarmac is most often associated with constructing roads or majorbuilding projects such as the new Heathrow terminal andWembley Stadium. However, materials derived from quarryingare used within many different sectors, including manufacturinglight bulbs, chewing gum and toothpaste.Tarmac’s operational structure is divided into two key areas:Tarmac UK and Tarmac International. Tarmac UK is sub-dividedinto two separate businesses:? Tarmac Ltd extracts key building aggregates and materials.? Tarmac Building Products Ltd focuses on turning raw materials into products useable by thebuilding sector.Tarmac International develops building products for supply around the world, especially in the UnitedArab Emirates.Nearly 11,000 employees work for Tarmac in a variety of work settings that include:? 135 quarries? 13 wharves? 73 asphalt plants? 172 concrete plants? 36 recycling sites.In the past, most people’s view of a Tarmac employee would have been a man in a hard hat. That is not thecase anymore. Tarmac depends on having people with high levels of skill in externally-facing roles such assales, customer service and marketing, as well as internal roles in IT, finance or procurement (often calledpurchasing). The recruitment of specialist employees in these roles is now central to Tarmac’s growth.