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Definition and Nature of

Staffing
John Michael A. Bautista
What is Staffing?

Staffing– may define as a


management function that
determines human resources,
needs, recruits, selects, trains,
and develops humans resources for
jobs created by an organization.
STAFFING
What is Staffing?

Staffing undertaken
EFFECTIVE INEFFECTIVE
to match people
with jobs so that the
realization of the
MAKES THE GROWTH AND
organization’s SURVIVAL IS
COMPANY
objective will be COMPETITIVE COMPROMISED
facilitated.
Acquire, Deploy and Retain

Acquisition - Activities that


involve the initial intake of
applicants into the organization.
It involves planning for the
numbers and types of people
needed
Acquire, Deploy and Retain

Establishesjob requirements in
the form of the qualifications or
KSAOs (knowledge, skill, ability,
and other characteristics) needed
to perform the job effectively.
Acquire, Deploy and Retain

Decides which applicants are the


most qualified and will receive
job offers, and putting together
job offers that applicants will
hopefully accept.
Acquire, Deploy and Retain

Deployment - Refers to the


placement of new hires on the
actual job they will hold,
something that may not be
entirely clear at the time of hire
Acquire, Deploy and Retain

Also encompasses guiding the


movement of current employees
throughout the organization,
through internal staffing systems
that handle promotions, transfers,
and new project assignments for
employees.
Acquire, Deploy and Retain

Establishesjob requirements and


job rewards, recruiting employees
for promotion or transfer
opportunities, evaluating
employees’ qualifications, and
making them job offers for new
positions.
Acquire, Deploy and Retain

Retention - Systems seek to


manage the inevitable flow of
employees out of the organization
Acquire, Deploy and Retain

Outflows are voluntary in that they


are initiated by the employee,
such as leaving the organization to
take another job
the types of turnover in which
valued employees leave which is a
voluntary-avoidable turnover
Staffing Organization Model

Staffing Quantity: Levels


Staffing Quality: Person/Job Match
Staffing Quality: Person/Organization Match
Staffing System Components
Staffing Organizations
Staffing Organization Model

Staffing Quantity: Levels


Workforce head-count requirements and
abilities are compared to determine the
appropriate staffing level for the
organization
Staffing Organization Model

Staffing Quality: Person/Job Match


 matching a person’s qualifications relative
to the requirements of the job or
organization
Foundation of all staffing activities
Staffing Organization Model

Staffing Quality: Person/Organization


Match
Shows how person/job matching
could determine how well the person
will also fit with the organization
Staffing Organization Model

Staffing System Components


Identifies recruitment, selection, and
employment as the three key staffing
activities, and it shows how both the
organization and job applicant interact in
these activities
Staffing Organization Model

Staffing Organizations
Provides the entire framework for staffing
Shows that organizations, human resources,
and staffing strategy interact to guide the
conduct of staffing support activities and
core staffing activities; employee retention
and staffing system management
STRATEGIC STAFFING DECISIONS

Staffing Levels
National or Global
Acquire or Develop Talent
Attract or Relocate
Lag or Lead System
Overstaff or
External or Internal Hiring
Understaff
Core or Flexible Workforce
Hire or Acquire
Hire or Retain
Staffing Levels

Acquire or Develop Talent


to recruit hires; or to train present
employees
Lag or Lead System
to recruit when needed; or to predict and
recruit ahead
Staffing Levels

External or Internal Hiring


to hire outside of the company; or to
promote/transfer employees within
Core or Flexible Workforce
to have probi & regular employees; or temp
and project based
Staffing Levels
Hire or Retain
to add employees; or to wait for growth
National or Global
to hire nationwide; or worldwide
Attract or Relocate
have a new pool of candidates in another
geographic area ; or transfer location
Staffing Levels

Overstaff or Understaff
overhire or; lack of staff
Hire or Acquire
add people; or merge with other company
STRATEGIC STAFFING DECISIONS

Staffing Quality
Person/Job or Person/Organization Match
Specific or General KSAOs
Exceptional or Acceptable Workforce Quality
Active or Passive Diversity
Staffing Quality

Person/Job or Person/Organization Match


Hire based on attitude & skills needed for
the job, or the attitude & skills matched
with org goals
Staffing Quality
Specific or General KSAOs
particular or generic KSAOs
Exceptional or Acceptable
(Workforce Quality)
excellent or okay KSAOs
 Active or Passive Diversity
proactive or flexible employees