With regard to the dynamic business environment, Human Resource (HR) functions have evolved in building a new role as strategic business partner. As a lot of experts argue that the firm''s people are its important asset, HR functions then should manage human capital in some unique ways and must include such processes as resourcing, learning, computerized HR systems, development, employee relations, reward and recognition. People now expect that HR functions could assist the firm in gaining a competitive advantage by designing a set of HR practices and activities that link with each other and link with the needs of the business, and become customer-focused. As a part of resourcing, staffing also becomes a significant subject. This book, therefore, provides some theoretical and empirical contributions which enrich academic literatures focusing on Human Resource Management areas. Intel corporation and Australian Federal Police are some examples studied within the book. The analysis should help shed some light on this exciting staffing and strategic HRM atmosphere, and should be especially valuable to professionals and academicians in Human Resource Management fields.