SUBMITTED BY: Joy Anne L. Ranises
SUBMITTED TO: Ms.Bejasa
Professor in Management
Staffing in the Metropolitan Motor Company
This case study is a realistic description of the steps or phases in a large scale staffing effort. From initial planning to a completely staffed production force, it might have taken eighteen months to complete, and cost in excess of $1.5 million. And that only encompassed the production workers. Other systems would be used to recruit and select professional, administrative, and managerial staff members. Many of the individuals who would fill these non-production slots would be recruited internally from other MMC facilities, thus providing opportunities for upward mobility in those other facilities as well.
Good Staffing affects in the success of that particular company.It is really important for you to make sure that you're able to create a plan or organizational chart of whom is working where at what time, and the levels that report to the different people. You will need to have an appropiate schedule and flow chart for this means in order to know where and which level people stand.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
The company officers were very shocked for there were many job seekers that really want to aim that available positions. And ofcourse, they do not just want to select those qualified applicants who try to seek for that job. They are not contented just within their passed qualifications and resume. They want to do more than five seminars,trainings and several interviews for each and everyone. They plan this actions to make sure that they will put the right man on that right job for him. They want to choose the most qualified applicant that is really responsible and will do all the tasks properly.
MUST OBJECTIVES (SHORT RANGE)
To let the HR Department to assist the job seekers to find and...