Organization, Recruiting and Staffing
The word organization is a substance consists of multiple people, such as a comity or an agency that has a collective goal and is attached to an outsider environment. Recruitment is the main effect of human resource management. Recruitment means the whole process of attracting, choosing and nominates the suitable candidates for jobs among the organization. It can also refer to handle concerned in selecting an individual’s for outstanding situation, such as unpaid roles or voluntary trainee roles.
No matter the breath or the depth of an organization, it will always have the inherent need for human resources. It is safe to say that without work force, no organization in the world would exist. Recognizing not only the need for people, but also more importantly, the need for skilled, efficient and loyal employees has been a key turning point in defining the role of the Human Resource professional. However, some of the most important and challenging functions of human resource professionals are directly related to the recruitment, selection, training, and appraisal of the organization's employees or potential employee. It is up to the human resource manager or management team to create a process and methodologies in recruiting, training, and appraising its staff in such a way that it is congruent with the values, vision, and culture of the organization.
The use of contingent workers is on the rise. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics defines contingent workers as anyone who "does not have an explicit or implicit contract for long-term employment" (Phillips & Gully, 2011 pg 51). This definition includes independent contractors, freelancers, consultants, and temporary workers who may or not work for an agency. In the past 50 years, temporary workers have been crucial to many businesses, and their role in business is growing. Companies must recognize potential problems and concerns brought about by employing temporary workers, and adjust their approach to staffing.
Founded in 1991, Riordan Manufacturing, Inc. is an industry leader in the field of plastic injection molding. With a current total workforce around three hundred employees and a turnover rate that increased from 3.7% in 2002 to 8.8% in 2004, it is obvious that Riordan's three recruiting team members are very busy. This paper will evaluate the staffing strategies currently used by Riordan's recruiters for efficiency and legal compliance. In addition, the paper will consider what staffing needs Riordan may have in the future to determine if their current strategies can be used or if they will need to evolve based on the growth of the company.
Dr. Brian Torchin is a chiropractor practitioner, recruiter and entrepreneur. He established the company HCRC Staffing, a business that matches professionals in the medical field with hospitals and clinics looking for competent individuals to fulfill the essential roles in their workforce.
Firstly, we will look at Human Resource planning which “is a process through which employers anticipate and meet their needs for staff” (Boddy, 2014). Typically, the starting point of such process centres on identifying and filling gaps in the organisation. While finding new recruits is one option of such strategy, reconfiguring existing resources could be another, furthering the bond between employer and valued employee by offering internal promotions or introducing new policies on flexible
Flexible Staffing Arrangements
Options for flexible work schedules--once nonexistent--have become a reality, with benefits for workers and employees alike. Job sharing, compressed work weeks, reduced hours, work at home, and flextime have provided employees with the means to realize a better balance between work and family and an opportunity to engage simultaneously in more than one endeavor, e.g., school and work, two careers, and work and leisure. They can also lead to economic and emotional stress and to limited opportunities for professional growth. This Digest examines flexible work options, including the characteristics of workers who select them, the organizations that offer them, and the influence they have on worker satisfaction, performance, productivity, and career progression.
Flexible Staffing Arrangements
Over the years, employers have established employment arrangements with workers that include working in shifts, on "temporary" assignments, in a part-time capacity, and through independent contract work.
Recruiting is very major as the labor market continues to grow and change. Recruiting is the concept that targets on exploring potential before it is needed. In the recruitment process businesses will get better progress if the recruitment advertisements details all requirements, skills, qualities, and desired skills that the candidate will need to join to company. Recruitment also brings new ideas, perspectives, and a variety of different diversities. When a business recruitment team have an effective ad and chooses an applicant well, everything else will fall into place. With the recruitment system in full effect this means that the new hires will complete all job tasks and assignments to the fullest. The Human Resource recruitment team will earn and gain much respect from the workforce, higher mass production, and much confidence with finding good applicants for those companies that jobs positions need filled. More
Unlike many other companies’ creative recruitment strategy will be created for this company as well. The recruitment strategy further compromises of induction policies and also staff development training programmes (Roberts, 2016). The strategies for the companies are
According to the Saratoga Institute, the average cost of internal recruitment is less than external recruitment by 1.7 times, $8,676 compare with $15,008 (Schawbel, 2012). The second advantage is the ability to asset the workers more accurately since the organization already has information about them. For instance, Shaw Group Inc., an engineering company, is working on a management system that stores a great deal of database, which can “track workers’ skill and experience” of its 27,000 employees (Silverman & Weber, 2012). Many big corporations view internal recruiting as a strategic management that completely utilizes the current manpower. Various great companies and industries, such as Cisco, use Talent Connection for employees to create profiles when applying for a new position. Internal recruiting is a way to gain talents by minimizing the cost but still having more reliable sources in evaluating job performance. Thus, organizations will achieve great outcomes, such as efficiency and productivity by employing