How does the HR departments adherence to these considerations and pressures affect the success of an organization?
Didn’t Cut It? Hire Another
The process of recruiting a new employee is smoothest when there is collaboration between the managers and human resources personnel associated with filling the open position. The relationships between managers and HR personnel must be balanced for the recruiting process to be successful. If a clear focus and sense of cooperation are lacking, the process can be slow, arduous, and often ineffective. Furthermore, financial, legal, and ethical concerns may be ignored if managers and HR personnel are clashing instead of collaborating.In this Discussion, you will explore the implications of managerial relationships in the recruiting process. You will also weigh the costs and benefits of internal versus external recruiting by considering financial implications and organizational values.To prepare for this Discussion:Read Chapter 11 in the course text and focus on the involvement of both management and HR personnel in the recruiting process.Read the article, Nurse Staffing: Finding the Right Number and Mix. Consider how financial matters and other challenges affect the recruiting process in health care organizations. Also, consider how these challenges relate to whether an organization hires internally or externally.Review the case study Didnt Cut It? Hire Another in Chapter 11 of the course text. Consider the benefits and shortcomings of the collaboration between Kathy Gray and Sam Weston.Think about the many considerations and pressures the HR department balances in the recruiting process. How does the HR departments adherence to these considerations and pressures affect the success of an organization?