An employer can decide to engage in the screening process only when there is a particular result that is needed. For one, they may have realized a reduction in the productivity amongst the employees. This is determine if they are close to the company and do not work far from the employees.
When an employer engages in the screening process of the already existing employees, they may be in need of increasing productivity levels in their business. This is done in order to establish why there is a reduction from previous levels. In such a case each individual is screened at personal levels. When the fault is established, the individual is encouraged to work as hard as before in order to achieve previous results. Wherever the problem is, one is able to identify it, and the employer can work towards helping their employee to achieve higher targets again.
To establish Individual Productivity
In order to assess the output of every individual it is important for one to screen each employee individually. With such kind of analysis one is able to determine the productivity on individual basis. In this case one is able to determine whether they should keep the many employees or diversify the duties further for the sake of increasing the rate of production. The unproductive employee is given more duties so as to produce more or they are simply transferred to other sections of the company.
Reduce Unproductive Staff
Screening has the ability to establish the availability of unproductive staff within an organization at any time. When face to face screening is compared to the documentation in an organization, the availability of ghost workers can be established. The employer may discover that they have workers in their payrolls who do not exist physically. The appropriate action to be taken is to strike them off from the payroll. There are those whom the company can also do without. Their duties are found not to be very necessary to the organization. In such a case they can be sent home packing. Such are the results of retrenchment. Their duties can be overlapped by other workers and still they are not overworked. An example is when the duties of the office messenger, office cleaner and the tea girl being condense into one person.
Reorganize the Structure in the Company
In order to have an effective restructuring of employees, one needs to conduct a thorough screening process. This allows them to establish where to place each and every person and achieve high production levels.
Bridge the Gaps in the Company
When an employer engages in a screening process of their employees, they may want to determine any gap that exists in their organization. One may find out which part in a department is missing or if some of the personnel are being overworked. This can easily be determined during a thorough detailed screening process.