When you’re looking into hiring new employees, it’s a good idea to include Human Resources staff early in the process. Their expertise can help you to take the opportunity to review your organizational structure and support you through each step in bringing on a new staff member.
Staffing decisions are among the most important and challenging activities that academic and administrative leaders are required to undertake. A good selection decision promotes increased productivity, reduces your training costs, improves employee morale, builds effective teams, and helps you achieve your primary departmental goals and objectives.
Further, recruitment is becoming increasingly complex. Human rights legislation, collective agreements, and other human resources policies, procedures, and strategic planning objectives have a direct impact on the staffing and selection process.
Staffing and selection decisions must be able to withstand scrutiny in the areas of equity, fairness, no-discrimination, and collective agreement requirements. Therefore, it is important to select staff with care and attention to all considerations required. It is essential that you acquaint yourself with CUPE 1975 and ASPA collective agreements, the Exempt Handbook, as well as all employment laws and policies.
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