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  1. 1. STAFFING Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  2. 2. IN A COMPANY,AT PRESENT 52 PERSONNEL ARE WORKING, 3 ARE ON LONG LEAVE AND 5 POSTS WILL GET VACATED IN NEXT 2 MONTHS. WHAT IS THE SOLUTION??? HOW CAN THIS SITUATION BE HANDLED????Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
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  4. 4. • “Finding the right person for the right job having the right qualification doing the right job at the right time.” • Staffing Consist of Manpower Planning, Recruitment, Selection, Training & development Compensation, Promotion and maintenance of managerial personnel. Staffing Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  5. 5. In any organisation, there is a need for people to perform work. The staffing function of management fulfills this requirement and finds the right people for the right job. Basically, staffing fills the different levels of employees working in an organisation. Staffing provides the human element or instinct while selecting a person. The attitude, aptitude, commitment, loyalty, are important qualities perceived by the organisation. It is also considered to be a specialised area and theory of knowledge available on the subject is vast. Need and importance of staffing Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  6. 6. IMPORTANCEIMPORTANCE Human resources are the foundation of any business. The right people can help you take your business to the top; the wrong people break your business. Hence, staffing is the most fundamental and critical drive of organisational performance. The staffing function has assumed greater importance these days because of rapid advancement of technology, increasing size of organisation and complicated behaviour of human beings. Human resources are the most important asset of an organisation. The ability of an organisation to achieve its goal depends up on the quality of its human resources. Therefore, staffing is a very important managerial function. No organisation can be successful unless it can fill and keep filled the various positions provided for in the structure with the right kind of people. Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  7. 7. It is the function which all managers need to perform. It is a separate and specialised function and there are many aspects of human relations to be considered. It is the of managers to fill positions in their organisation and to make sure that they remain occupied with qualified people. The staffing function deals with the human element of management . Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region Staffing as part of human Resource Management
  8. 8. Steps in staffing process Estimating manpower requirement Training and development of staff Recruitment & selection Promotion and transfer Remuneration Orientation of staff Performance evaluation
  9. 9. (in NARROW SENSE OR BRIEF) •ESTIMATING MAN POWER REQUIREMENTS •RECRUITMENT •SELECTING FROM AMONG THE APPLICANTS •PLACEMENT AND ORIENTATION •TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region Staffing Processes
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  11. 11. Human Resource Planning •Estimated no. of manpower needed, Keeping in view its all branches for present as well as future •Quality of manpower on the basis of job analysis •Job analysis means the careful and systematic study of each job to determine •To obtain the right no. of people at the right time Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  12. 12. Recruitment & Selection •Recruitment (+) •Establishing the contact between employer & employee. •Identifying the sources required for personnel. •Selection (-) •Process of choosing and appointing the right candidates for various job positions. •Selecting the right people for the right job is selection (IN DETAIL) Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  13. 13. Placement and Orientation Placement •Putting the selected candidates on the right job . •An appropriate job is assigned to each selected person and they are placed on appropriate jobs •Process of matching the candidates in the organisation Orientation •Process of introducing and familiarising newly appointed candidates with their jobs,work groups and the organisation •To make them comfortable and provide necessary information •To develop the feeling of belongingness •To ensure that the new employees does not form a false opinion about organisation about the organisation ,because “First impression is the last impression “ Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  14. 14. Training and Development • Training & Development • Improving job knowledge,skills and attitude of employees on a regular basis, so that they can perform their jobs effectively and efficiently. Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  15. 15. Performance Appraisal Periodic measurement and assessment of the behaviour and performance of employees at work to determine how far they are meeting the demands of their jobs. Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  16. 16. Remuneration •Fixing the compensation made to employees for their contribution . •It should be fair. •There should be scope for incentives. Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  17. 17. SOURCES OF RECRUITMENT INTERNAL SOURCES EXTERNAL SOURCES Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region Recruitment
  18. 18. Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region Internal sources INTERNAL SOURCES TRANSFERS PROMOTIONS
  19. 19. DIRECT RECRUITMENT CASUAL CALLERS ADVERTISEMENT EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE PLACEMENT AGENCIES CAMPUS RECRUITMENT LABOUR CONTRACTORS ADVERTISING ON TELEVISION WEB PUBLISHING RECOMMENDATIONS OF EMPLOYEES Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region External Sources
  20. 20. Selection is the process of choosing from among the candidates from within the organisation or from the outside, the most suitable person for the current position or for the future position. Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region selection
  21. 21. PRELIMINARY SCREENING SELECTION TESTS EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEW REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND CHECKS SELECTION DECISION MEDICAL EXAMINATION JOB OFFER CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region Process of selection
  22. 22. TRAINING METHODS ON THE JOB METHODS OFF THE JOB METHODS Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region Training methods
  23. 23. ON THE JOB METHODS APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMME COACHING INTERNSHIP TRAINING JOB ROTATION Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  24. 24. OFF THE JOB METHODS CLASS ROOM LECTURES FILMS CASE STUDY COMPUTER MODELLING VESTIBULE TRAINING PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  25. 25. Now lets check… what we learned??? (Answer the following questions) •Qs. Why is recruitment called a positive process? •Qs. Name the process by which the most suitable candidate is placed to fill the vacant job position. •Qs. Name the concept which involve growth of an individual in all respects. •Qs. "Our assets walk out of the door each evening. We have to make sure that they come back the next morning." This statement relates to which function of management. Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  26. 26. • Qs. Write three points of distinction between training and development. • Qs. State any three benefits of training to an organization. • Qs. Differentiate between internal and external sources of recruitment on the basis of 1. Purpose 2. Economy 3. Quality 4. Time • Qs. Write four differences between recruitment and selection. Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  27. 27. • Qs. Explain in brief the steps involved in the selection process of the employees. • Qs. Explain in brief three merits and three limitations of external sources of recruitment. • Qs. Explain briefly any three ‘off the job methods’ of training. • Qs. Explain briefly any three ‘on the job methods’ of training. Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region
  28. 28. By: DR. S. C. PATHAK (PGT Commerce) K.V., Pragati Vihar Delhi. Prepared by:KVS Delhi Region

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