Factors Affecting Human Resource Planning

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Factors Affecting Human Resource Planning

  1. 1. FACTORS FACTORS AFFECTING HUMAN AFFECTING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING  BY:-  JAGJIT SINGH PANESAR  PANKAJ MISHRABY:- PANKAJ MISHRA JAGJIT SINGH PANESAR
  2. 2. HRP Means-  Assessment of HR requirements  Time & stages of requirements Right person ---Of Right type ---In Right number Definition – HRP is defined as the process by which management determines how an organization should move from its current manpower position to its desired manpower position. HRP is also called manpower planning, personnel planning or employment planning .
  3. 3. FACTORS AFFECTING HRP Type & strategy of organization Organizational growth cycles & planning Environmental uncertainties Type & quality of information Time horizons Labour market Outsourcing
  4. 4. TYPE & STRATEGY OF ORGANIZATION Type of organization  Production process involved  Number & type of staff needed  Supervisory &/or managerial personnel required Strategy of organization  Organization’s HR needs  Growth - employees hired  Mergers - layoffs
  5. 5. ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH CYCLES & PLANNING Embryonic stage Decline stage Growth stage Mature stage
  6. 6. ENVIRONMENTAL UNCERTAINTIES Social Political Economic HRP Recruitment, selection & training Balancing mechanisms:-  Succession planning  Layoffs  Flexitime & job sharing  Retirement
  7. 7. RECRUITMENT & SELECTIONLAYOFF OR RETIREMENT
  8. 8. TYPE & QUALITY OF INFORMATION Forecasting Well developed job-analysis information HRIS
  9. 9. TIME HORIZONS Short-term plans (6 months to 1 year) Long-term plans (3 to 20 years) Depends on degree of uncertainty prevailing Greater uncertainty Plan’s time horizon
  10. 10. LABOUR MARKET Means people with skills & abilities that can be tapped as & when the need arises Shortages may occur Considerations about labour supply:-  Population  Demand of goods & services  Nature of production technology  Employability of the people
  11. 11. OUTSOURCING Sub-contracting Mainly done of non-critical activities Surplus labour

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