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Gestione delle risorse umane: pianificazione delle risorse umane

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    Bright A.
    GH
    Bright A.

    Good planning has always been an essential part in the success of every organization

    Kooagile K.
    BW
    Kooagile K.

    HR manager should employe focus on how big is the organisation,skills needed,job discription ,terms and conditions and buget for it to accomplishe its gaol

    Vangie W.
    AU
    Vangie W.

    In HR planning the number and type of employees needed to accomplish organisational goals are determined. The basic human resource planning strategy is staffing and employee development.

    Joshua M.
    US
    Joshua M.

    What criteria would a HR manager use to estimate what future employee numbers to plan for? Projected orders, or positive sales increases or decreases?

    Charity D.
    PH
    Charity D.

    Human resources manager needs the long term strategy plan of the organization in order to visualize the number of human resources needed, their duties or line of work to perform to meet the target for the sucess of the organization

    Zekkethal V.
    US
    Zekkethal V.

    HR planning is essential in any program not just not HR, as an manager, I had to plan what personnel we needed to an organizing/merge several program together and had to reassigned and/or even terminated people to make the organization to be successful.

    Mavis Afua A.
    GH
    Mavis Afua A.

    Human Resource Planning is defined as strategy for acquisition, utilization, improvement and preservation of the human resources of an enterprise. The objective is to provide right personnel for the right work and optimum utilization of the existing human resources in an organization. Human Resource Planning involves gathering of information, making objectives, and making decisions to enable the organization achieve its objectives and goals. Surprisingly, this aspect of HR is one of the most neglected in the HRM field. When Human Resource Planning is applied properly in the field of Human Resource Management, it would assist to address the following question; 1.How many number of staff does the Organization have? 2.What type of employees as far as skills and abilities does the organization have? 3. How should the Organization best utilize the available human resources? 4.How can the organization keep its employees? HR Planning provides a sense of purpose and direction. It is a comprehensive framework for making decisions in advance. It also facilitates the organizing, leading, and controlling functions of management. Planning: allows you to make your decisions ahead of time, it helps you to anticipate the consequences of various courses of action, it provides direction and a sense of purpose, it provides a unifying framework against which to measure decisions, and thus helps you avoid piecemeal decision making. Planning also helps identify potential opportunities and threats, and facilitates control. It is concerned with the end (what is to be done) as well as with means (how it is to be done). According to Wickstron, "Human resource planning consists of a series of activities viz.: Forecasting future manpower requirement either in term of mathematical projection of trends in the economic environment and development in industry or in term of judgmental estimates based upon the specific future plans of a company. Making an inventory of present manpower resources and assessing the extent to which these resources are employed optimally. Anticipating manpower problems by projecting present resources into the future and comparing them with the forecast of requirements to determine their adequacy, both quantitatively and qualitatively; and Planning the necessary programs of recruitment, selection, training, development, transfer, promotion, motivation and compensation to ensure that future manpower requirements are properly met .

    Mavis Afua A.
    GH
    Mavis Afua A.

    Inaccuracy is a problem in human resource planning, how can it be solved in an organization?

    Eileen D.
    JM
    Eileen D.

    A friend just told me he was demoted and asked to moved to another state. At this point I think his HR team believes he is best fit for the void in that state and with his expertise he can contribute to the company without disruption.

    Ifeanyichukwu Smart N.
    NG
    Ifeanyichukwu Smart N.

    Under this topic, I got that when bringing in staff, the HR Manager would have to check and compare the benefits of outsourcing the jobs or employing a staff to do it. He or she should also know the right skills needed, when more staff are needed, how long and the rates of salary and also the terms of employment.

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