Preparing a Comprehensive Staffing Plan
In this case assignment, imagine that you are working as Director of Human Resources in a privately held, mid-sized engineering and manufacturing organization that is a government contractor. Your organization has just signed a Federal contract requiring the hiring of 20 new Engineers who are bilingual (Spanish and English). Your boss, the VP of HR, has asked you to:
Prepare a comprehensive plan in which you present your strategies to recruit, select and provide onboarding activities for 20 new Engineers, all within 8 months.
Your company is located in a southwestern city that has a larger than average percentage of people who are receiving various forms of public assistance. The public school system (elementary and high school) is rated one of the lowest in the nation. The city itself has a lower than average number of college graduates.
Bring in at least 5 library sources to help strengthen and support your discussion.
Submit your paper to Course Net by the Module due date. Paper length: 4-5 pages (not counting the cover and reference pages).
Your paper should demonstrate critical thinking and analysis of the relevant issues and HRM actions, drawing upon all of the required background readings and relevant sources from your prior courses and your own TUI library search. Use website information sparingly (reputable websites only).
Prepare a paper that is professionally presented (including a cover page, a "List of References," and a strong introduction and conclusion).
Proofread your paper carefully for grammar, spelling and word-usage errors.
Address all aspects of the assignment as stated.
Provide private-sector employer examples of HRM programs, systems, processes and/or procedures as you address the above assignment requirements. Provide names of the employers. Use different employer examples in your case paper than those used in your SLP paper.
Limit your web search and focus instead on your library search. Bring in information from the background readings as well to help add depth and validity to your discussion.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 6:40 am ad1c9bdddf
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In the human resource department, the main objective is to formulate a strategy that promotes an effective way to managing employees as well as hiring new employees for business continuity. Therefore, the business model in succeeding in creating a comprehensive plan on recruiting, selection and designing on-boarding activities entails understanding the available options within the company's initiatives. The case study example an assessment to the locally availability potential employee candidate pool demonstrates a limited availability to perhaps having knowledgeable engineers to hire. Thus, the HRM strategies in designing a plan of action should reflect the following in order to obtain a probability of a successful outcome:
a). Recruit -
The talent management is imperative for ensuring the recruitment strategy is on point for delivering the desired results in obtaining new hires. The objective is to frame the recruitment strategy on a basis that outlined procedural process that reinforces the company's core hiring initiative. The HRM personnel will structure a model that entails most often the prior hiring initiatives as well as the newer strategy for acquiring the most talented engineers. In doing so, the main component is accessing the available talent resources that will embark a successful talent management initiative. Thus, the following is on point to delivering a structural recruiting model for the HRM to achieve the internal goals of hiring 20 new engineers:
Research current talent pool available within ...
A comprehensive staffing plan is prepared. Private-sector employers examples of the HRM programs are given.