So this is part 4 the end.
Over the last few weeks I have posted allot of info about the 3 models. I posted roles, responsibilities, positive and negative point about each as well as metrics used to measure the success of each.
Now for a few tidbits, things to keep in mind when deciding, and my overall thoughts.
The A-z Model or monofunction is the oldest. One person does it all. It can work, but to make it work you need to ensure the following are in place:
This is not to be said there are not some who can handle more than 30 openings at a time and be successful. I myself held over 100 and hired a record number 112 people in 1 year in a corporate position. I averaged over 90 a year during my time in this position, so it can be done. However that is not the norm. In order to be able to handle more than 30 and have any real success the following skills, tools and abilities need to be present.
Like with the monofunction this is not to say the team cannot handle more but you need 2 people who are experts in their part of the process.
The trifunction model is the newest and being tried allot. Here the SLC is split in three. To make it work the following needs to be:
This model is the best of all worlds as you can do just in time staffing, short term staffing, and long term(greater than 60 days) projection staffing. Here you can do active and passive, and social staffing becomes huge.
Like with the monofunction and difunction this is not to say the team cannot handle more but you need 3 people who are experts or near experts in their part of the process.
If you are worried about just in time and perhaps up to 60 days out you can use the difunction model.
If you are looking at just in time, short and long term staffing then the trifunction works best.
ends=results results for our purposes means; just in time, near term, and long term staffing.
So each model serves a different ends, if formed correctly. This is not to say any model cannot perform the same ends, but it becomes harder for some models to perform some ends then others.
There you have it.
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