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ORGANISATIONAL HR PLANNING

ANJANA.P
EJAHMBAOO6
Introduction
Human resources may be regarded as the
quantitative and qualitative measurement
of work-force required in an organisation
and planning in relation to manpower
may be regarded as establishing
objectives to develop human resources in
relation with broad objectives of the
organisation.
DEFINITION
According to Decenzo and Robbins, “Human
resource planning is the process by which an
organisation ensures that it has the right number
and kind of people,at the right place,at the time,
capable of effectively completing those tasks that
will help the organization to achieve its overall
objectives.”
Objectives Of HR Planning

 To ensure optimum use of human resources


currently employed.
 To Avoid imbalances in the distribution of human
resources.
 To assess future skill requirements for the
organisation’s overall objectives.
 To control the cost aspect of human resources.
 To formulate the transfer and promotion
policies.
The Process Of Human Resource
Planning
 Determination of objectives of manpower
planning.

 Preparation of current manpower inventory.

 Demand forecasting.

 Job requirements
Cont’d
 Supply forecasting.

 Estimating the net manpower requirements.

 Determination of job requirements of job to be


filled.

 Training and development program.


Benefits of HR Planning
 Manpower planning results in reduced labour
costs as it helps to management to anticipate
shortage and surplus of man power and correct
these balances.

 it is a better basis for planning employee


development.

 It enables identification of the gaps of the


existing manpower so that corrective training
could be imparted
Cont’d
 Itleads to improvement in the overall
planning process.
Barriers To Effective HR Planning
 Improper linkage between HRP and
corporate strategy.

 Rigidity in attitudes.

 Environmental uncertainty.
Cont’d
 Conflict
between long term and short term
HR planning.

 Inappropriate HR information system.


Conclusion
 Systematic Human resource Planning
provides lead time for the acquisition and
training of employees to meet future
requirements.It is all the more crucial
because the lead time for procuring
personnel is a time consuming
process.Man power planning plays an
important role in the effective
management of personnel.
QUESTIONS ???
Reference
 HumanResources Planning-T.N.Chhabra
 HAUMAN Resources Planning-L.M.Prasad
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