Urgent-care Clinic Staffing Human Resource Strategy

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Question Description

Synthesizing what you have learned throughout the course, develop a human resources plan or strategy for an urgent-care clinic.

At a minimum, your plan or strategy should consider the following:

  • Staffing
  • Recruitment
  • Retention
  • Development
  • Compensation

Your paper should be 4-6 written pages, excluding cover page, abstract page, and reference page.

Note: Use APA style to cite at least 5 scholarly sources from the last 5 years.

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ProfJamesmiller
School: UT Austin

Hello, I have just completed the assignment. Please find attached. It has been nice working with you. 😊

Running head: HUMAN RESOURCE STRATEGY

Human Resource Strategy
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HUMAN RESOURCE STRATEGY

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Abstract

Human resource management is responsible for the role of managing people in an
organization. The department of human resource, headed by the director of human resource is
accountable for roles such as staffing, compensation of employees, recruitment of new
personnel, development, as well as retention. The human resources in any entity play a vital role
in the running of the operations of the business, as well as its growth and development. Without
maximum attention to workers’ needs and issues in the organization, it is effortless for the
organization to close down. This can be due to reasons such as employee turnover and poor
employee management in general. Therefore, before opening any kind of entity, the owners
should be keen on the human resources they will employ.

HUMAN RESOURCE STRATEGY

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Introduction

A human resource strategy is a created plan from the human resource department that
aims at achieving the objectives of the human resource, development of the organization as well
as human capital management. This strategy enables the definition of processes, the
requirements, and responsibilities on recruitment and selection of staff, the management of the
workforce performance, employee benefits and compensation programs, defining the working
conditions among others. Every human resource strategy has the same goals but differs from one
organization to the other in regard to what business is carried out in the firm. Some organizations
require simple and precise strategies while the large scale firms require complex strategies
because of their high level of operation. This paper focuses on the human resource strategy for
an urgent-care clinic that is in the process of being opened.
Staffing
Staffing is a management function that is involved with getting the ...

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Anonymous
awesome work thanks

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