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HR Planning

Shikha Rawat BBA(MOM) 2nd Year Govt Of NCT Delhi Bhai Parmanand Institute of Business Studies

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HR Planning

What is HR Planning?
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What are its objectives? What are the Need and the Importance of it? Process of HR Planning

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Human Resource Planning

Human resource planning has been defined as the process by which management determines how an organization should move from its current manpower position to its desired manpower position. This would result the management to have correct number of people at the right place, at the right time. Hence both organization and the individual receive maximum long range benefit.

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Objectives

The main objectives of human resource planning are as follows: 1. To ensure optimum use of existing human resources 2. To forecast future requirements for human resources 3. To provide control measures to ensure that necessary human resources are available when required 4. To anticipate the impact of technology on jobs and human resources www.bbaexperts.com 5. To provide a basis for management
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Process Of HR Planning Analyzing Organizational Plans Forecasting Demand For Human Resource

Managing Judgment Work Study Method Ratio Trend Analysis

Forecasting Supply Of Human Resource

Estimating Manpower Gaps


Monitoring Control www.bbaexperts.com (Shikha Rawat)

Process of HR Planning

The major stages involved in human resource planning are : 1.Analyzing Organizational Plans2. Forecasting Demand for Human Resources (Manpower Forecasting)-Techniques employed in manpower forecasting are : 2(a) Managing Judgment2(b) Work Study Method2(c) Ratio Trend Analysis2(d) Mathematical models3. Forecasting Supply of Human Resourceswww.bbaexperts.com (Shikha Rawat)

4.Estimating Manpower Gaps5.Action planning 6.Monitoring and Control-

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