Staffing organization, Administration, legal issues
Staffing organization is a process of hiring employees while considering the specific responsibilities that they will be assigned in a business. The process requires organizational direction, coordination and evaluation because of its complexity and the impact of the decisions that are formulated to the performance of the business (McGraw-Hill, 2006). The organization of the recruitment and staffing process depends on the objectives of the business and the goals that it wants to achieve. Administration and legal issues are also considered.
The relationship between the coffee shop (employer) and the employees is a matter of reality not strictness. Not only should the employer-employee relationship be determined from an economic perspective, but also, all legal factors should be observed. Both are mandated to follow contractual provisions that are distinct for each one of them. Employers should treat employees well because their treatment does not only affect the employee life, but also the lives his/her family members.
[...] She offers a job to the young man when she discovers he was a son to her friend. She, therefore, did not observe the individual merit principle 4 STAFFING CASE STUDY Recommendations The recruitment should have been done by a panel of interviewers to avoid personal bias. During the selection process, the supervisor should have used a checklist based on the job analysis to determine the suitability of the candidates. Details of the job description should have been included in the recruitment source to act as a personal checklist for the applicants. [...]
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[...] However, the advertisement did not give deadlines for the application period. People visited the company for interviews even after the selection period had elapsed. It is also evident that the recruitment source did not provide information on the location of the company as people left voice mails since they could not locate the company's premises. Links between job description and the selection assessments The supervisor failed to consider the importance of analyzing the requirements in the job analysis at the time of recruiting the employees. [...]
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