Human Resource Planning is the procedure by which management identifies how an organization should move from its recent manpower position to its desired manpower position.
(i) The resources involved and
(ii) The activities which managers carry out to make sure the success of above procedure.
Illustrate the significance of Human Resource Management as a field of study to you as a prospect manager. Use exs to describe your solution,
To retain good staff and to inspire them to give of their best while at work needs attention to the financial and psychological and even physiological rewards offered by organization as a continuous exercise.
describe how managers can retain staff, and describe carefully the factors that can affect the procedure.
Overstaffing is expensive and wasteful, if sustained, and it is costly to eliminate due to modern legislation in respect of minimum periods of notice, redundancy payments, consultation, and so on. Very importantly, overstaffing diminishes the competitive efficiency of the business.
Use an instance of your choice to describe the underlined statement.
Planning staff levels needs that an assessment of present and prospect needs of organization be compared with present resources and prospect predicted resources.
(a) describe carefully how the exercise of planning can be executed by management.
(b) Determine the factors that can influence the planning process.