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All about Staffing -- Hiring and Keeping the Best Employees

 

Supervisors regularly review the needs of their employees. Consequently, they're often the first to notice the need for a new position in the organization. In this case, the supervisor opens a new role by getting authorization from upper management. This often requires communication and justification for funds to fill the new position. The supervisor reviews advertisements for job candidates, reviews resumes and conducts interviews. The supervisor recommends who should be hired from among job candidates and ensures a job offer is made to the most suitable candidate. There's usually a great deal of paperwork, e.g., a job application, starting a personnel file, providing an employee manual, salary and tax forms, etc. Finally, the supervisor must ensure the new employee has adequate facilities, e.g., desk, computer, office supplies, etc.

All about staffing -- hiring and keeping the best imployees


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