HR PLANNING AND
Through HR planning, managers attempt
to anticipate forces that will influence the
future supply of demand for employees.
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The process of finding and attracting
capable applicants for employment.
The HR manager places ads in
newspaper or online job boards to attract
the right type of job candidates.
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• A series of specific steps
• HR management shifts through piles
• To select only the most qualified
• To screen applicants to weed out
people who might not fit into their
small organization’s cloture.
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The assignment of an employee to a
new or different job.
As demands change, placement
activities, transfer, promote, demote,
layoff and even terminate workers.
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To familiarize primarily new employees
with their roles, the organization, its
policies and other employees.
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TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
• For job-skill training
• To prepare an employee for future
• As jobs evolve and change, ongoing
retraining is necessary to accommodate
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• To evaluates how people perform
• it also indicates how activities have
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o To reward people for performing
organizational work through pay, wages,
and incentives along with employee
benefits such as social security, workers
compensation, safe working conditions
and overtime pay.
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MANAGING LEGAL ISSUES
Recognize discriminatory practices that
can exist in work place..
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EMPLOYEE & MANAGEMENT
The relationship between managers and
their employees must be handled
effectively if both the employees and the
organization want to prosper together.
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To decide what type of position to fill
through personnel planning and
To systematically forecast an
organization’s future supply of and
demand for employees.
To build a pool of candidates for these
jobs by recruiting internal or external
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THE HUMAN RESOURCE
◦ Goal setting and strategic planning
◦ Program Implementation
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The Supply of Inside Candidates
The Supply of Outside Candidates
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FORECASTING THE SUPPLY OF
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SOME OTHER METHODS
Trend Projection Forecast
Budgeting & Planning
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GOAL SETTING AND
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Goal setting and strategic planning is a
course of action. It is the company’s long
term plan for how it will balance its
internal strengths and weaknesses with
its external opportunities and threats to
maintain a competitive advantage.
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TASKS OF PLANNING
Defining the business and developing a
Evaluating the firm’s internal and
external strengths, weaknesses,
opportunities and threats
Formulating a new business statement
Translating the mission into strategic
Formulating courses of action
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