Baderman Island Staffing Strategies

Essay by tashaj71University, Bachelor's July 2009

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Human resources are recognized as an organization that is only as good as its people. Organizations, large and small, have realized that to be competitive globally they need to have productive employees. Attracting the most qualified employees and matching them to the jobs for which they are best suited is significant for the success of any organization. In this paper I will evaluate Baderman Island Resort's recruitment and staffing strategies and discuss how their strategy is legally compliant. The Baderman Island is a self-contained, all-inclusive resort destination that features an array of restaurants, three different hotels, a convention center, the historic Neustadt Lighthouse, and an unlimited list of activities to entertain and relax one.

Staffing StrategiesThe first step for any business is examining what type of staffing strategy to use when looking to hire potential new employees. A staffing strategy is defined as a strategy that focuses on the supplying of staff or employees for a specific job function within a company.

The first step in developing the staffing strategy for any organization is looking at the staffing models from the other similar organization. Staffing models are related sets of reports, charts and graphs that are used to precisely understand how employee time is spent and at what cost. These sets of related charts and graphs provide both a broad and in-depth picture of work activity time and cost. The staffing plan then will allow the organization to forecast the future workflow, estimate the number of employees and predict potential problems that may arise in the facility.

Hiring Policies and GoalsThe Boardman Management Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer who follows the philosophy of recognizing the individual attributes and values that each of its employees brings to the job, with respect and acknowledgment. These principles allow the company to successfully...