Subject:
Human Resource Manamgement
Assignment:
Temporary Recruitment
Submitted to:
Mr. Umer Khan
Submitted by:
Syed. Saji...
Organization Structure
Define Job Tasks:
An organization structure defines how job tasks are formally divided, grouped and...
Interviewed & References:
- The people that are hired through a temp agency are interviewed and their references
checked. ...
and any employee benefits they may wish to provide. Some agencies even provide training such
as software application tutor...
Money:
- The biggest advantage of temping is money, depending on skill set, previous
experience and educational background...
Money:
- The biggest advantage of temping is money, depending on skill set, previous
experience and educational background...
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Organization structure & temporary recruitment

  1. 1. Subject: Human Resource Manamgement Assignment: Temporary Recruitment Submitted to: Mr. Umer Khan Submitted by: Syed. Sajid. Hussain. MINHAJ UNIVERSITY Gulberg Campus Lahore.
  2. 2. Organization Structure Define Job Tasks: An organization structure defines how job tasks are formally divided, grouped and coordinated. There are six elements need to address when design the organization’s structure. 1. Work Specialization: - refers to the degree to which tasks in the organization are subdivided into separate jobs. The essence of work specialization is that, rather than an entire job being done by one individual, it is broken down into a number of steps, with each step being completed by a separate individual. 2. Departmentalization: - Once the jobs have been divided through work specialization, these jobs have to be grouped together so that common tasks can be coordinated. The basis by which jobs are grouped together is called departmentalization. 3. Chain of Command: - is an unbroken line of authority that extends from the top of the organization to the lowest level and clarifies who reports to whom. It answers questions for employees such as” To whom do I go if I have a problem?” and ‘To whom am I responsible?” 4. Span of control: - refers to the number of subordinates a manager can efficiently and effectively direct. 5. Centralization and Decentralization: - Centralization refers to the degree to which decision making is concentrated at a single point in the organization. In a decentralized organization, action can be taken more quickly to solve problem, more people provide input into decisions. 6. Formalization: - refers to the degree to which job within the organization are standardized. : Temporary Recruitment : Effective temporary recruitment is quick, efficient and provides a strong level of “fit” between the requirements of clients and the skills, attitude and behaviors of candidates. As a result, we follow a specific and rigorous process to ensure that the “best fit” temporary staff can be quickly sourced and placed to meet the individual needs of situation. Temporary Worker: A temporary worker is someone employed for a limited period whose job is usually expected by both sides to last for only a short time. Temporary workers may be employed directly by the employer or by private agencies. Agencies will recruit, select and sometimes train temporary workers and hire them out to employers. Temporary workers are sometimes employed on fixed term contracts. A fixed term contract is a contract of employment for a definite period, set in advance. Employment ends when the contract expires and no notice need be given by the employer. Employment contracts may also be agreed which end on the completion of a particular task rather than on a specific date. : Advantages :
  3. 3. Interviewed & References: - The people that are hired through a temp agency are interviewed and their references checked. When you no longer need them you can inform the agency and let them go. If the time comes that you need someone else you can go back to the agency and request that someone be sent out. Temporary Demand: - Temporary employees can provide specialist skills to carry out specific projects. A business point of view it makes economic sense to offer short-term contracts and buy-in talents, skills and extra labor only when needed. Maintain Staff Flexibility: - Temporary workers can provide greater flexibility because the number employed can vary to take account of changes in demand for the product or service. Employee Absence: - Temporary workers can also provide cover for permanent staff on holiday, maternity leave or sick leave Perfect Candidate: - Hiring a temp can also be a good way to continue getting work done while you are searching for the perfect candidate for the particular job. Initial Low Cost: - The cost of hiring temp workers is often cheaper than the cost of hiring permanent employees with the benefits. In the short term, it is generally more cost-efficient to hire a temp. Specialist Skills: - The cost of hiring the permanent employee in some matter is high as compared to hire of temp worker e.g. in the filed of law, doctors etc. Possible to get / attract talent that client may not able to get as it may be a startup or corporate branding in not strong. Overload Work: - They can fill vacancies when your full time employees are vacationing, taking maternity leave, or otherwise cannot temporarily fill their position. This will help so that other full time employees don’t suddenly feel overloaded in their workload or so that simply your company doesn’t fall behind but simply keeps functioning on schedule. Special Tasks/ Projects: - Temporary employees can be hired for specific projects that need undertaking but are not usually a need in your office. For example, if your company decides to put up a web site you may also decide to hire a creative team who can design this web site for you. If you do, then these will be temporary employees who will fill a need and then no longer be employed by your company. Training: - The agency is responsible for and bears the financial burden of recruiting, screening, testing and hiring workers; payroll expenses and paperwork; workers’ compensation insurance;
  4. 4. and any employee benefits they may wish to provide. Some agencies even provide training such as software application tutorials. Need of Business: - Temporary employees can be brought in when there’s more work, and let go when there’s less work. Allowing for the work to ride along with your budget and not having to overpay for work that isn’t needed. : Disadvantages : Motivation: - Some employers find that temporary workers lack motivation and commitment. Most temp employees won’t have the motivations of your regular employees and may not work as hard as you may want or need them. Dependence on Agencies: - The lowest prices do not always deliver the best workers. Businesses which use agency ‘temps’ depend on the screening and testing methods used by the agency. Low Focus on Goals: - Short term financial gain will lead to low focus on building service accelerators, reusable components/frameworks, and knowledgebase. Every time you see a new face and need a learning curve to be productive. Instability/ No Security: - One of the biggest problems temp workers face is instability. A freelancer's worst nightmare is accepting a month long assignment and scarcely two weeks later hearing those dreaded words: "I'm sorry; we won't need you tomorrow." Training Needs: - Every time a temp starts a new work assignment – no matter how skilled or unskilled – a certain amount of training is required in order for them to perform their assigned tasks to suit the specific needs of that company. Of course, if the same temp is brought back again, this might not be required. Morale Issues: - Morale and employee relations problems can arise when you have temps working alongside permanent employees for months, doing the same work and putting in the same hours, but not receiving the same benefits afforded their permanent employee coworkers. Legal Concerns: - Recent court decisions have highlighted the fact that businesses must be careful how they contract for temporary staff. There must be no doubt about the workers’ status and about the lack of eligibility for the benefits of permanent employees. And treat temp workers with the same respect and care you would for your permanent staff. Temp Employee Benefit:
  5. 5. Money: - The biggest advantage of temping is money, depending on skill set, previous experience and educational background, temps can earn more. Variety: - If you apply with different agencies, you may be able to work in a different industry. Working at different offices and in different industries could help you find out what you really enjoy doing. Flexibility: - For those with more practical plans, like new graduates and those re-entering the workforce, temping also gives you the flexibility to schedule interviews and appointments while earning the money that you need. Efficiency: - Doing as temp at different industries, offices, result is more efficiency in work, Opportunities: - If you apply with different agencies, you may be able to work in different industries, offices which create greater job opportunities. Productivity: - More experiences through the temp work the productivity enhanced that also help a company’s to groom from bottom line. Relationship/ Reference: - As more as you done jobs in different sectors create more relationship and references. Work location: - Work location can make a big difference. In large metropolitan areas, where the cost of living is higher, expect to pay higher prices for qualified workers.
  6. 6. Money: - The biggest advantage of temping is money, depending on skill set, previous experience and educational background, temps can earn more. Variety: - If you apply with different agencies, you may be able to work in a different industry. Working at different offices and in different industries could help you find out what you really enjoy doing. Flexibility: - For those with more practical plans, like new graduates and those re-entering the workforce, temping also gives you the flexibility to schedule interviews and appointments while earning the money that you need. Efficiency: - Doing as temp at different industries, offices, result is more efficiency in work, Opportunities: - If you apply with different agencies, you may be able to work in different industries, offices which create greater job opportunities. Productivity: - More experiences through the temp work the productivity enhanced that also help a company’s to groom from bottom line. Relationship/ Reference: - As more as you done jobs in different sectors create more relationship and references. Work location: - Work location can make a big difference. In large metropolitan areas, where the cost of living is higher, expect to pay higher prices for qualified workers.

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