Chap5Sp09 - Human Resources Management Chapter 5 Recruiting And Selecting Employees Chapter 5Learning Objectives Describe approaches to matching

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Human Resources Management Chapter 5: Recruiting And Selecting Employees
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MGT 112 Spring 2009 2 Chapter 5—Learning Objectives Describe approaches to matching labor supply and demand Weigh the advantages and disadvantages of internal and external recruiting Distinguish among the major selection methods and use the most legally defensible of them
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MGT 112 Spring 2009 3 Learning Objectives (cont’d) Make staffing decisions that maximize the hiring and promotion of the best people Discuss the legal constraints on the hiring process
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MGT 112 Spring 2009 4 Human Resource Supply and Demand Recruiting and hiring the right kind and level of talent are critical elements of business effectiveness Definitions: Labor supply—the availability of workers with the required skills to meet the firm’s labor demand Labor demand—how many workers the organization will need in the future Key: planning
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MGT 112 Spring 2009 5 Human Resource Planning (HRP) A process of ensuring the right amount and right kind of people Excess = layoff What’s the impact? Insufficient amount = labor shortage What’s the impact?
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MGT 112 Spring 2009 6 Increasing the Labor Supply Training and re-training Succession planning Promoting from within Recruiting Using subcontractors Hiring part-timers and temporary workers Paying overtime to current employees
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MGT 112 Spring 2009 7 Reducing the Labor Supply Pay cuts Reduction in work hours Work sharing Early retirement incentives Severance pay Layoffs (RIF)
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The Hiring Process Recruitment : the process of generating a pool of qualified candidates for a particular job Selection : the process of
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2010 for the course MGT 112 taught by Professor C.guthrie during the Spring '09 term at Parkland.

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Chap5Sp09 - Human Resources Management Chapter 5 Recruiting And Selecting Employees Chapter 5Learning Objectives Describe approaches to matching

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