Alternative Solutions to Strategic Human Resources Problems

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Strategic Human Resource Research for Alternative Solutions In attempting to generically research for alternative strategic solutions to InterClean 's human resource problems, Team-C found some plausible best practices which should help align their organizational structure with its goals. The industrial cleaning and sanitation industry is evolving around changing trends and driving forces that are causing InterClean to reassess their competitive advantage of human resource development. InterClean 's recent acquisition of EnviroTech needs an accelerated solution of strategic planning and organizational design involving its management of HR processes. Team-C 's efforts in reviewing and analyzing human capital development alternatives entail…show more content…
The various identification and attraction alternatives in the recruitment of potential employees for the PFD, involves "personnel policies, recruitment sources, and the characteristics and behavior of the recruiter" such as the PFD 's oral interview board…. Relevant "personnel policies" that generally "influence the characteristics of the positions to be filled" involve either "recruiting [internally from] existing employees to fill vacancies, or hiring from outside the organization"…. Normally, the PFD reaches the "kind of job applicants" it needs for firefighters, computer-aided dispatchers, and management positions through internal "job postings" which "generate applicants who are familiar to the organization"…. This attractive internal recruiting policy "motivates other employees by demonstrating [lateral moves or promotion] opportunities for [growth and] advancement"…. "However, internal sources are usually insufficient for all of an organization 's labor needs" such as with InterClean 's human capital goals and PFD 's affirmative action steps initiated to recruit minority and women subgroups when regulatory forces affect the hiring processes (Noe, Hollenbeck, Herhert, & Wright, 2003). Schools have
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