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Strategic Staffing

Strategic Staffing

Fifth Edition

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June 2023 | 632 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Formerly published by Chicago Business Press, now published by Sage

Strategic Staffing equips both current and future managers with the knowledge and skills to adopt a strategic and contemporary approach to talent identification, attraction, selection, deployment, and retention. Grounded in research, this text covers modern staffing concepts and practices in an engaging and reader-friendly format. Author Jean Phillips expertly guides students in developing a staffing strategy that aligns with business objectives, accurately forecasting talent needs, conducting thorough job or competency analysis, and strategically sourcing potential recruits. The Fifth Edition includes the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on staffing needs worldwide, new coverage of staffing-related technologies, and updated examples throughout, providing students with the latest and most relevant knowledge in the field.

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Part 1 The Staffing Context and Job Analysis
Chapter 1 Strategic Staffing
Chapter 2 Business and Staffing Strategies
Chapter 3 The Legal Context
Chapter 4 Strategic Job Analysis and Competency Modeling
Part 2 Planning, Sourcing, and Recruiting
Chapter 5 Forecasting and Planning
Chapter 6 Sourcing: Identifying Recruits
Chapter 7 External Recruiting
Part 3 Selecting
Chapter 8 Measurement
Chapter 9 Assessing External Candidates
Chapter 10 Recruiting and Assessing Internal Candidates
Part 4 Managing the Staffing System
Chapter 11 Choosing and Hiring Candidates
Chapter 12 Managing Workforce Flow
Chapter 13 Staffing System Evaluation and Technology


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Professor Thomas Andrew Cinti
Business Administration Div, Holy Family University
March 9, 2024

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