It is a truth that human resource is one of the greatest for every organization because in any organization all other resources like- money, material, machine, etc. can be utilized effectively and efficiently by the positive efforts of human resources.
Therefore every person must get the right position in the organization to get the right job, according to their ability, talent, aptitude, and specializations so that it will help the organization to achieve the pre-set goals in the the proper way by the 100% contribution of manpower.
Steps involved in Staffing Process:
1. Manpower Planning
Manpower planning can be regarded as the quantitative and qualitative measurement of labor force required in an enterprise.
Therefore, in an overall sense, the planning the process involves the synergy in creating and evaluating the manpower inventory and as well as in developing the required talents among the employees selected for promotion advancement
- Recruitment is a process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organization. It stands for finding the source from which potential employees will be selected.
Selection is a process of eliminating those who appear unpromising. The purpose of this selection process is to determine whether a candidate is suitable for employment in the organization or not.
Therefore, the main aim of the process of selection is to select the right candidates to fill various positions in the organization. A well-planned selection procedure is of utmost importance.
- Placement means putting the person on the job for which he is selected. It includes introducing the employee to his job.
After the selection of an employee, the important part of the program is to provide training to the new employee.
With the various technological changes, the need for training employees is being increased to keep the employees in touch with the various new developments.
- A sound staffing policy provides for the introduction of a system of planned promotion in every organization. If employees are not at all have suitable opportunities for their development and promotion, they get frustrated which affects their work.
The process of promotion implies the up-gradation of an employee to a higher post involving increasing rank, prestige, and responsibilities.
Generally, the promotion is linked to an increment in wages and incentives but it doesn't have to always relate to that part of an organization.
- Transfer means the movement of an employee from one job to another without increment in pay, status, or responsibilities. Therefore this process of staffing needs to evaluated on a timely basis.
- Appraisal of employees as to how efficiently the subordinate is performing a job and also to know his aptitudes and other qualities necessary for performing the job assigned to him.
10. Determination of Remuneration
- This is the last process which is very crucial as it involves determining remuneration which is one of the most difficult functions of the personnel department because there are no definite or exact means to determine correct wages.