Human resource planning

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Management is all about decision making with risk and uncertainty. But the target of effective management is to reduce the risk and uncertainty with the proper use of information available to them. Human resource consultants helps you to groom your personality,Guest Posting grow your potential and improve your interpersonal skills to deal with work pressure.

Human resource planning is an expression of this philosophy in the most important area of all, the effective employment of people. The changes and pressures brought about by economic, technological and social factors compel organizations of all kinds to study the costs and human aspects of labour much more seriously and carefully than ever before.

Purposes of HRP:The general purpose of human resource planning has been described, but there are specific purposes in crucial areas of management which HR planning servers:
  • Determining recruitment needs: An important prerequisite to the process of recruitment is to avoid problems of unexpected shortages, wastage, blockages in the promotion flow and needless redundancies.
  • Determining training needs: Planning training programmes are very important. These programmes not only improve quantity but also quality in terms of the skills required by the organization.
  • Management development: A succession of trained and experienced managers is essential to the effectiveness of the organization, and this depends on accurate information about present and future requirements in all management posts.
  • Balancing the cost between the utilization of plant and workforce: Cost balancing includes comparision of costs between these two resources in different combinations and selecting the optimum. While costing projects cost balancing plays an important role.
  • Industrial relation: the businesses plan will, of necessity; make assumptions about productivity of the human resource. It will have an impact on the organization's industrial relations strategies.

In practice, HR planning is concerned with the demand and supply of labour and problems arising from the process of reconciling these factors. Plans and decisions of any system follow the analyses of demand and supply.

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Vimal Kumar
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This article is written by “Mr. Vimal Kumar”chief founder of NITIN INTERNATIONAL, Employment Agency India and Human Resource Consultants from India, offering overseas jobs in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Kuwait, Oman and Gulf Countries.

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