Staffing Organizations Model Staffing Policies and Programs Staffing System and Retention Management Support Activities Legal compliance Planning Job analysis Core Staffing Activities Recruitment: External, internal Selection: Measurement, external, internal Employment: Decision making, final match Organization Strategy HR and Staffing Strategy Organization Vision and Mission Goals and Objectives
Exh. 3.1: Examples of External Influences on Staffing
Economic expansion and contraction
Job growth and job opportunities
Internal labor market mobility
Labor demand: Employment patterns, KSAOs sought
Labor supply: Labor force, demographic trends, KSAOs available
Labor shortages and surpluses
Labor contracts: Staffing levels, staffing quality, internal movement
General Economic Conditions, Job Growth, HR Movement Impacts HR Movement Impacts
New labor force entrants
Current labor force
Promotion Transfer Demotion New hires Internal labor market Exit Out of labor force Unemployed To new job General Economic Conditions Product markets Labor markets Inflation Interest rates Foreign exchange rates Government regulations Job Growth Positive = Expansion Neutral = Stagnation Negative = Contraction
Does an organization have any ethical responsibility to share with all of its employees the results of its forecasting of HR requirements and availabilities? Does it have any ethical responsibility not to do this?
Identify examples of ethical dilemmas an organization might confront when developing an affirmative action plan (AAP).