ASSIGNMEN-7 - ASSIGNMENT-7 CASE STUDY-WORKFORCE PLANNING AT...

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ASSIGNMENT-7 CASE STUDY-WORKFORCE PLANNING AT BRITISH GAS 1. Workforce planning is the process of assessing a company’s current and future labor needs. Workforce planning involves managing any training and recruitment process to ensure the organization has the right staff in place. The main purpose of workforce planning in British gas are, Firstly, recruiting more staff to the British gas is said to be the one of the main purpose of the workforce planning. Secondly, Health and safety regulations are critically important in the gas industry it is to be considered by the workforce planning. Thirdly, Engineering skills need to be updated to the staff to ensure engineers to stay up to date with technical matters. 2. Workforce planning is very important as it not only considers the overall employees numbers but also the skills that are required within the business. It helps the staff to update with the technology and alerts all engineers about the technical changes via radio or text
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