BHR 4601: Staffing Organizations


Prepares all current and future managers with the tools needed to identify, attract, select, and retain talent. Provides a study of external influences, support activities, staffing-specific activities, and the staffing systems management process. Real-world examples are utilized with special emphasis on staffing models, the labor market and unions, employment law, job analysis and planning, recruitment tools, and strategic staffing decisions.


  1. Explain the importance of all components of staffing.
  2. Categorize types of work and job design.
  3. Explore the significance of research methods used in job analysis.
  4. Examine work rewards used to attract, retain, and motivate applicants.
  5. Analyze legal issues associated with staffing organizations.
  6. Discuss the types of mobility that can occur in career advancement.
  7. Compare and contrast internal and external selection decisions.
  8. Evaluate performance appraisal methods.




Strategic staffing (Rev: 3rd ed.)

Publisher: Pearson (2015)
Author: Phillips, J. M., & Gully, S. M.
ISBN: 9780133571769
Price: $178.95

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