Staffing is one of the most important things that an organization can do to bring success to the company. Without experienced manpower there are no completed tasks, or quality customer service. If a company hopes to hire qualified individuals, they must be aggressive, and plan a head in order to know the staffing needs of the organization.
As the director of human resources in a privately-held, mid-sized engineering and manufacturing firm, one of the most important roles is to develop a comprehensive staffing plan. The staffing plan for this organization should provide details about the strategies to recruit, hire and provide on-boarding activities for 20 new engineers within eight months. The preparation of the comprehensive staffing plan for this firm would require critical consideration because of the location of the company. The engineering and manufacturing organization is situated in a southwestern city with larger than average percentage of individuals receiving several forms of public assistance. In addition to having a school system that is ranked as one of the lowest across the country, the southwestern city has a lower than average number of college graduates. These statistics regarding the city makes the preparation of a staffing plan to be a process that requires critical consideration.
Hello, my name is Alyssa McLaughlin and I am a registered nurse at Essentia Health in Duluth. MN and have been for the past year. Today I am here to talk about staffing in the workplace this topic is one that is constantly on minds of those who work in acute care, I want you to think about your loved ones, they come to the hospital, are admitted to a nurse with an unsafe staffing assignment. Your loved one would be at increased risks including, infection, falls, injuries, medical errors, and lastly possible death. As a nurse we are responsible to ensure “quality patient care is provided and outcomes are met” (Finkelman, 2016, p.232), but if this is not an option your loved ones and our patients will be the ones encountering an unwanted and
Select one (1) of the scenarios and write a four to five (4-5) page paper in which you:
According to Advance Staffing Solutions, “to be effective in hiring practices involves delving into the background of applicants to get a better idea of their abilities and employment performance. However, this has to be measured with respect for the privacy of each individual candidate as well as staying compliant with relevant laws. Therefore, the purpose of the background check is to help evaluate aptitude and skills and needs to be carried out with this the primary goal” (2011, para. 1).
I am familiar with the Infantry and Cavalry division of the military structure and how to make this division of the US government functional is of crucial importance. First, by the very definition, the infantry and cavalry division of military service personnel requires a special mindset. It requires a person who understands that their life as well as others will be in a dangerous state and at any stage of conflict that has to be a mindset that the individual will be comfortable with. Regardless of the company for which one works, the staffing portion of any career is one
Staffing Perfection Inc. is an employment agency that is located in Atlanta, Georgia. They have been staffing companies since 1984. Staffing Perfection Inc. is a medical, legal and office recruiting and staffing leader. They specialize in the permanent placement of paralegals, medical assistants, corporate administrative and legal staffing, practice administrators, office managers, medical billing/coding, and more. Staffing Perfection Inc. is a proud member of the Georgia Association of Personnel Services and National Association of Personnel Services.
The reporting party (RP) stated on 2/24/16 client Kelly Sullins DOB: 1/5/83 fell off the toilet and broke a tooth. According to the RP emergency service was contact and the client was taken to Anaheim Regional Medical Center. The broken tooth was removed by a surgeon and the client was returned home (509 S. Grove, Anaheim 92805 (714) 776-5243). The RP stated that a staff member was present when the client fell, however turned around right when the client fell off the toilet.
Where Has All The Staff Gone? Strategies to Recruit and Retain Quality Staff by Helen M. Hauff explores the dangerous shortage of nurses in healthcare. The shortage of nurses today has challenged and tested many human resources departments, forcing many directors to “think outside of the box” and look at different strategies for recruitment and retention. According to Hauff, the average recruitment costs per nurse can exceed $100,000 and the supply of nurses needs to increase by 9% a year just to keep up with demand (Hauff, 2007). Many health care systems and specialty clinics have tried to lure registered nurses and nurse practitioners with higher salaries and better benefits. The competition for quality staff has come with a price, staff turnover results in extra costs for recruiting and retraining employees. Hauff, a certified transplant nurse naturally focuses on the staff shortages in her specialty. The shortage of certified transplant nurses is critical, and according to Hauff many health care systems are closing down transplant units due to staff shortages and rising costs. Although Hauff tends to focus on solving the problems with transplant specialists, the same recommendations she outlines can be applied to any health care specialty.
The Baderman Island is a self-contained, all-inclusive resort destination that Island features an array of restaurants, three different hotels, a convention center, the historic Neustadt Lighthouse, and an almost unlimited list of activities to entertain and relax you. In this paper we will evaluate their recruitment and staffing strategies, discuss how the strategy is legally compliant.
As the health care administrator, responsible for staffing levels I will conduct and analysis to determine the number staff members required for each department to run efficiently. Upon completion, each employee will be assigned to 8-hour shifts five days per week. Since there will be adequate coverage for each shift that will eliminate the need to have people working over-time which will be a cost saving measure. Now that the staffing levels are ideal this allows patients to receive the necessary medical care which will increase their satisfaction with the health care organization. By having each person working a standard work week without having to do overtime to meet the needs of the department will reduce stress and the possibility of them
A continuous concern that continues to present itself within the healthcare environment is adequate staffing on nursing units. Most hospital organizations try their very best to accommodate staffing needs, though many units remain understaffed for an unspecified amount of time. Inadequate staffing can negatively affect patient outcomes, lead to nurse burnout, and decrease patient satisfaction scores. Combating this issue will require a great deal of effort, as many geographical face nursing shortages when seeking new graduates and qualified candidates. Employees may begin to feel that they are unable to pursue personal goals within a healthcare organization, due to inability to transfer as a result of staffing shortages. This often results in nursing seeking employment or career advancement outside of the organization or geographical area, which further intensifies ramification associated with inadequate staffing.
When offers of reduced pricing are accepted for equipment, meeting delivery expectations becomes an important part of enhancing the customer experience to maintain satisfied loyal customers. An inventory specialist in the current distribution center would be given the additional task of segregating and maintaining inventory levels to meet the needs of the customer loyalty department.