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Human Resource Planning Kent State University
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Forecasting in Human Resource Planning: Determining Labor Demand derived from product / service demand external in nature judgmental techniques (“top-down” or “bottom-up”) statistical techniques ( dependent on the discovery of historical relationships between leading indicators and head count ) ratio analysis ( $ sales/1.0 FTE or No of new customers/1.0 FTE) regression analysis (FTEs = a + b sales + c new customers)
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Forecasting in Human Resource Planning: Determining Labor Supply internal movements caused by transfers, promotions, turnover, retirements, etc. useful for AA / EEO purposes judgmental techniques (succession planning; vacancy analysis) transitional matrices identify employee movements over time
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A Hypothetical Transitional Matrix for an Auto Parts Manufacturer
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Forecasting in Human Resource Planning: Strategies for Reducing a Labor Surplus Strategy Speed
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