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The Managerial function of Staffing. Definition of Human resource management. The System approach to Human Resource Management. The Management Inventory Components of HRM system Situational factors affecting Staffing

The managerial function of staffing is defined as filling, and keeping filled position in the organization structure. The term frequently used for the managerial function of Staffing is Human Resource Management.

Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management (HRM)
Activities that managers engage in to attract and retain employees and to ensure that they perform at a high level and contribute to the accomplishment of organizational goals.

The System Approach to Human Resource management

The present and projected organization structure determines the number and kind of managers required. These demand for managers are compared with available talent through the management inventory.

On the basis analysis, external and internal sources are utilized in the processes of : Recruitment Selection Placement Promotion

The other essential aspects of Staffing are:- Appraisal - Career Strategy - Development of Managers

The Management Inventory

Management Inventory is basically the Determination of Available Managerial Resources. Management Inventory can be best explained by the use of Inventory Chart which is simply an organization chart.

Components of a Human Resource Management System

Figure 12.1

HRM activities
Recruitment and selection Training and development Performance appraisal and feedback Pay and benefits Labor relations


HRM Components
Recruitment and Selection
Used to attract and hire new employees who have the abilities, skills, and experiences that will help an organization achieve its goals.


HRM Components
Training and Development
Ensures that organizational members develop the skills and abilities that will enable them to perform their jobs effectively in the present and the future Changes in technology and the environment require that organizational members learn new techniques and ways of working


HRM Components
Performance Appraisal and Feedback
Provides managers with the information they need to make good human resources decisions about how to train, motivate, and reward organizational members Feedback from performance appraisal serves a developmental purpose for members of an organization


HRM Components
Pay and Benefits
Rewarding high performing organizational members with raises, bonuses and recognition. Increased pay provides additional incentive. Benefits, such as health insurance, reward membership in firm.


HRM Components
Labor relations
Steps that managers take to develop and maintain good working relationships with the labor unions that may represent their employees interests


Situational factors affecting Staffing

- Women in Management -The Policy of open Competition - Equal Employment Opportunity


Equal Employment Opportunity

Several laws have been paased that provide for equal employment opportunity(EEO). The laws prohibit employment practices that discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national, origin, sex, or age. Recruitment and Selection are based on these laws.

Major Federal Laws Governing EEO

Equal pay act (1963) Age discrimination in employment act(1972) Vocational Rehabilation act (1973) American with Disabilty act (1990) Civil Rights Act (1991) Family and Medical Leave act (1993)