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Unformatted text preview: What is HR Planning? What
Concrete plan for fulfilling future staffing Concrete needs needs Cooperate with strategic planners Outcome is a written action plan Clearer objectives and more formalized Clearer processes will lead to more useful results (Lam & Schaubroeck) (Lam 2/4/2010 1 Parts of an HR Plan Parts
Future HR Needs (Demand) Current HR Availability (Supply) Skills Inventory Job/Skills Directory Training Availability Shortages Surpluses
2 Gap Analysis 2/4/2010 Parts of an HR Plan Parts
Reconciliation of Gaps Timeframe
Include short and long-term plans Sources of labor
Current Employees or New Make or Buy Exceptional or Acceptable Talent Regular or Contingent Workers US or International Workers Consideration of impact on workforce
3 2/4/2010 Implementation of Analysis Implementation
Judgment Techniques Statistical Techniques Regression/Trend Analysis Transition Matrix (Markov Analysis) Combination of both most realistic 2/4/2010 4 ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2010 for the course MGTS 3801 taught by Professor Davidson during the Spring '08 term at University of Minnesota Duluth.
- Spring '08