CONTENTS INTRODUCTION DEFINITIONS OF HRP IMPORTANCE OF HRP PROCESS OF HRP BARRIERS TO HRP REQUIREMENTS OF EFFECTIVE HRP
Factors Affecting HRP : Organizational growth cycle and planning Type and Outsourcing strategy of organization HRP Environmental Time uncertainties horizons Type and Nature quality of of jobs forecasting being information filled
The HRP Process Environment Organizational Objectives and Policies HR Needs Forecasts HR Supply Forecasts HR Programming HRP Implementation Control and Evaluation of Programming Surplus Restricted Hiring Shortage Reduced Hours VRS, Recruitment Lay off, etc. Selection, etc
INTRODUCTION Planning for human resources is more important than planning for any other resources because the demand of latter depends on size and structure of the former whether it is in country or in an Industry. Management of human resource hardly begins from human resource planning.
DEFINITIONS OF HRP1. “A process by which an organization should move from its current manpower position to desired manpower position. Through planning the management strives to have the right number, right kind of people at right place and at right time, doing things which results both organization and individual receiving maximum long run benefits.” - E.W. Vetter
DEFINITION 2. HRP is a process of forecasting a firm’s future demand for, and supply of , the right type of people in the right number. - K. Aswathappa 3. HRP is a process by which manager ensure that they have the right number and kind of capable people in the right places and at the right times. - Robbins & Coulter
IMPORTANCE OF HRP1. Need of future personnel2. Creating highly talented personnel3. Foundation for personnel Functions7. Part of strategic planning.9. Other benefits
FACTORS AFFECTING HRP 1. Type and strategy of organisation. 2. Organisational growth cycles and planning. 3. Environmental uncertainties. 4. Time horizons. 5. Type and quality of information.
HRP PROCESS1. Defining Organizational Objectives and Policies2. Forecast of Personnel Needs and Supplies3. HR Programming4. HRP Implementation5. Control and evaluation of Programs
BARRIERS TO HRP1. Inexpert in managing business.2. Incompatible information.3. Non-involvement of operating managers renders HRP ineffective.4. Time consuming5. Trade unions
REQUIREMENTS FOR EFFECTIVE HRP1. The planner of human resources must be aware of the corporate objectives.2. Personnel records must be complete , up-to-date and readily available3. The Time horizon of the plan must be long enough to permit any remedial action4. Plan should be prepared by Skill Levels rather than by aggregates
conclusionHuman resource planning is a vital sub activity of employment function . It vastly affect the organization thus the planning should done with great concern.