HR strategies are both derived from and contribute to the formulation of the organization’s strategy. Embedded within and flowing out of HR strategy is staffing strategy. Staffing strategy reflects several key decisions about how to acquire and deploy the organization’s workforces. These decisions then guide more specific HR and staffing planning.
Objectives of HR Strategy
According to Gary Dessler Objectives of HR Strategy are as follows:
- To use various mechanism to build healthy two-way communication.
- To screen out potential managers whose values are not people oriented.
- To provide highly competitive salaries and pay-for-performance incentives.
- To guarantee to the greatest extent possible for fair treatment and employ security for all employees.
- Focus on retirement planning and support for current and retired employees.
- Define a minimum level of employee educational benefit across all senior management areas
- To institute various promotion-from-within activities aimed at giving employees every opportunity to fully utilize their skill and gifts at work.
- Develop comprehensive career management tools, job enrichment strategies, and mentoring programs to help employees prepare for new opportunities.
- Build relationships with senior management areas by assigning them staffing specialists and developing recruitment strategies focused on their recruitment priorities.
- Design and implement a central hiring procedure portal for managers to use when hiring all job types.