Human Resource Management (HRM) is the utilization of individuals to achieve organizational objectives that involves with are staffing, human resource development, compensation, safety and health, employee and labor relations (Mondy, 2012) Staffing is the process through which an organization ensures that it is always has the proper number of employees with the appropriate skills in the right jobs, at the right time, to achieve organizational goals. (Mondy, 2012) If an organization fails to manage staffing, an unsuitable employee will be hired and cause impacts like wastage, poor performance and low productivity will happen. Hence, having the right numbers of people to perform in the right roles is crucial. The number of employees, skills and location of employees are determined for future uses and secure the organization with necessary skills with suitable sources to meet organizational goals. If there is a workers surplus occurred, organization need to reduce the number of employees whereas has to do recruitment and selection to fill the vacancy if there is workers shortage happen. To recruit a suitable employee, some appropriate ways are needed. Organization should match the candidates’ interest, works attitude, educational background and experience with the job offered. If candidates who are always absent are hired, the productivity of the organization will be lower. However, a worker which is hardworking and always ready to serve can ensure the future of organization. Matching the characteristics of candidates with job specifications is needed to make a smooth selection. When the qualified candidates are recruited, they will be screened in aspects of skills, ability, strength and background and potential of developed. If an unsuitable candidate is selected, the organization might be harmed and causing wastage whether in the aspects of costing or other related spending. It will also take longer time and more efforts for the organization to recruit another...
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