Strategic Plan to Mitigate Employees Rapid Departure

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Your highest performing and tenured manager of a 20-person department unexpectedly submitted their two weeks’ notice. Your next-most tenured employee in the department has only 2 years of experience. Additionally, there is a major hospital chain in your area that seems to have the first pick recruiting the talent you need.

1. Develop a 3- to 4-page strategic plan that outlines priorities and steps to mitigate the impact of your employees' rapid departure.

2. Propose a recruitment plan to fill the managerial position.

3. Develop a pre-boarding checklist and an onboarding plan covering an employee’s first 30, 90, and 180 days with performance metrics.

4. Identify policies and practices that could have been put in place to proactively avoid this situation.

Cite at least 3 reputable references to support (e.g., trade or industry publications, government or agency websites, scholarly works, or other sources of similar quality).

Format APA guidelines.

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Running head: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

Human Resources Management
Student’s Name
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HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

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Recruitment Plan
The underlying case study presents a scenario of an eminent high employee turn-over in
the hospital. The exiting manager is in charge 20 employees and the area is said to have a chain
of hospitals meaning that the manager is moving within the same industry in the nearby. The
possibility of moving with some members of his team is high because of the work ties and
experienced they shared together. The recruitment plan for the organization ought to consider
factors leading to the exit of experienced employees and ways to reduce turnover rates. This
discussion is a strategic plan to mitigate employees’ rapid departure and a recruitment pan that
would fill the managerial position with policies in place to prevent this particular situation.
Strategic Plan to Mitigate Employees Rapid Departure
Recognizing and Rewarding Employees: Senior managers are supposed to appreciate the
efforts of excellently performing employees to make them comfortable in their current work
place and even put much effort in their work. This exercise tends to show that the organization
values its employees and the appreciation offers them a real time recognition which celebrates
their success and efforts in their duties (Firt...


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