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Phase III: Staffing (Chapter 11: Controlling and Allocating Resources, pp. 510-514) Overview: Staffing HSOs/HSs with competent employees involve a wide range of centralized activities, programs, and policies related to acquisition, retention and maintenance, and separation of human resources. All managers play a part in and have some degree of responsibility for the staffing function, including selection, performance appraisal, training and development, promotion, discipline, and corrective counseling, and compensation of their employees. The contemporary designation for the centralized staffing function is human resources management (HRM) or strategic human resources management (SHRM). For this phase of the project, you will utilize Figure 11.3 Personnel/Human Resources Management Activities time flow, p. 510 to analyze your HSOs/HSs HRM/SHRM staffing function. Job Analysis/Job Descriptions Identify 4 recently posted job positions by HRM. Provide the following: Job Analysis Training needed Skills needed Experience needed To conduct the job analysis for each position found, utilize the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook:http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/home.htm Job Description Job title Location Job Summary General duties & responsibilities Supervision given or received Working conditions Hazards Qualifications For each of the four positions found, discuss the bulleted points above as provided by HRM. Recruitment: Explore recruiting of attracting internal & external applicants by HRM Internally: Job postings, promotion, transfers Externally: Schools, job fairs, employment agencies, professional associations *For some of the HSOs, this information may not be accessible. If not, then suggest effective ways to recruit internally and externally* Retention/Maintenance: Examine HRM maintenance & retention activities Performance appraisals Promotion, demotion, transfer Disciplinary counseling & separation Compensation administration (describe entry-level, low level, high level, pay, wages & salaries) Benefits administration (describe benefits provided) Employee assistance programs Training & Development programs Workplace Health & Safety (policies/procedures) Separation ✓ Preretirement Planning Do they have preretirement counseling ✓ Outplacement ✓ Exit Interview **Discuss the separation activities that apply to the HSO, based upon what you are able to find. not provide outplacement or exit interviews, suggest that they do** Here is some review about phase 2. ####### I am going to update phase one for the new writer to see how terrible the first writer was so that I can get a better job Phase II: Organizing (Chapter 12: Designing) ORGANIZATION NAME: Homecare Helpers Organization Overview: An organization’s mission and objectives are established by planning, however, managers must design an organization that is capable of achieving the desired results. To effectively pursue the HSOs/HSs mission and objectives, managers but develop intentional patterns and relationships between people and other resources. The resulting structure is called the organizational design, and the efforts and activities are the organizing function of management. Designing, or organization design is defined according to Longest and Darr (2014) as “the arrangement of responsibilities, authority, and flow of information within an organization (p.583).” How well managers carry out the designing function is critical to how well their organizations perform. For this phase of the project complete the following: I. Identify various individual positions available in the HSO/HS (i.e. GB, CEO, PSO, LIPS, 1st Level Managers, etc) II. Identify and Describe the HSOs departments, team (workgroups); cluster of workgroups III. Identify and discuss any inter-organizational relationships (i.e. horizontal or vertical integrations, strategic alliances, IV. Describe the functions and responsibilities of the various position and departments a. Span of Control i. Tall or Flat V. Identify and describe the HSO’s/HS’s organization design. Refer Mintzberg’s Five Basic Organization Designs: a. Simple Structure b. Machine Bureaucracy c. Professional Bureaucracy d. Divisionalized Form e. Adhocracy Be sure to identify the design accordingly to the five interrelated parts provided Mintzberg: strategic apex, operating core, middle line, techno structure, support staff. **Remember the organization design is ubiquitous and continuous**

Phase III: Staffing
(Chapter 11: Controlling and Allocating Resources, pp. 510-514)

Overview: Staffing HSOs/HSs with competent employees involve a wide range of centralized activities, programs, and policies related to acquisition, retention and maintenance, and separation of human resources. All managers play a part in and have some degree of responsibility for the staffing function, including selection, performance appraisal, training and development, promotion, discipline, and corrective counseling, and compensation of their employees. The
contemporary designation for the centralized staffing function is human resources management (HRM) or strategic human resources management (SHRM).

For this phase of the project, you will utilize Figure 11.3 Personnel/Human Resources Management Activities time flow, p. 510 to analyze your HSOs/HSs HRM/SHRM staffing function.

Job Analysis/Job Descriptions
Identify 4 recently posted job positions by HRM. Provide the following:
Job Analysis
Training needed
Skills needed
Experience needed
To conduct the job analysis for each position found, utilize the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook:http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/home.htm
Job Description
Job title
Location
Job Summary
General duties & responsibilities
Supervision given or received
Working conditions
Hazards
Qualifications
For each of the four positions found, discuss the bulleted points above as provided by HRM.

Recruitment: Explore recruiting of attracting internal & external applicants by HRM

Internally: Job postings, promotion, transfers
Externally: Schools, job fairs, employment agencies, professional associations
*For some of the HSOs, this information may not be accessible. If not, then suggest effective ways to recruit internally and externally*

Retention/Maintenance: Examine HRM maintenance & retention activities

Performance appraisals
Promotion, demotion, transfer
Disciplinary counseling & separation
Compensation administration (describe entry-level, low level, high level, pay, wages & salaries)
Benefits administration (describe benefits provided)
Employee assistance programs
Training & Development programs
Workplace Health & Safety (policies/procedures)
Separation
✓ Preretirement Planning

Do they have preretirement counseling
✓ Outplacement
✓ Exit Interview
**Discuss the separation activities that apply to the HSO, based upon what you are able to find. not provide outplacement or exit interviews, suggest that they do**

Here is some review about phase 2.
####### I am going to update phase one for the new writer to see how terrible the first writer was so that I can get a better job

Phase II: Organizing
(Chapter 12: Designing)
ORGANIZATION NAME: Homecare Helpers Organization
Overview: An organization’s mission and objectives are established by planning, however,
managers must design an organization that is capable of achieving the desired results. To
effectively pursue the HSOs/HSs mission and objectives, managers but develop intentional
patterns and relationships between people and other resources. The resulting structure is called
the organizational design, and the efforts and activities are the organizing function of
management. Designing, or organization design is defined according to Longest and Darr (2014)
as “the arrangement of responsibilities, authority, and flow of information within an organization
(p.583).” How well managers carry out the designing function is critical to how well their
organizations perform.
For this phase of the project complete the following:
I. Identify various individual positions available in the HSO/HS (i.e. GB, CEO,
PSO, LIPS, 1st Level Managers, etc)
II. Identify and Describe the HSOs departments, team (workgroups); cluster of workgroups
III. Identify and discuss any inter-organizational relationships (i.e. horizontal or vertical
integrations, strategic alliances,
IV. Describe the functions and responsibilities of the various position and departments
a. Span of Control
i. Tall or Flat
V. Identify and describe the HSO’s/HS’s organization design. Refer Mintzberg’s Five Basic
Organization Designs:
a. Simple Structure
b. Machine Bureaucracy
c. Professional Bureaucracy
d. Divisionalized Form
e. Adhocracy
Be sure to identify the design accordingly to the five interrelated parts provided
Mintzberg: strategic apex, operating core, middle line, techno structure, support staff.
**Remember the organization design is ubiquitous and continuous**

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