Q3 - Q3). What is Human Resource Planning (HRP)? Discuss...

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Q3). What is Human Resource Planning (HRP)? Discuss the purposes and process of HRP? Ans). Human Resource planning is a process of including forecasting, developing and controlling – by which a firm ensures that it has the right number of people and the right kind of people at the right places at the right time doing thing for which they are economically most useful. Miner and Miner have also pointed out that manpower planning attempts to ensure that the right number and the right kind of people will be at the right places at the right time in the future, capable of doing things needed so that the organization can continue to achieve its goal. Purpose for Human Resource Planning Human Resource Planning is essential for every organization because: Human resource planning helps in detailing the number and kind of personnel required for carrying out the operations or rendering services or conducting business in an organization. Human resource planning spells out the qualifications, skills, expertise, knowledge, experience, physical abilities, occupation groups, etc of personnel required in an organization. Human resource planning gives adequate lead time for recruitment, selection, training and development of personnel because manpower planning anticipates the need for
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course HR HR101 taught by Professor Binducherian during the Spring '10 term at Amity University.

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Q3 - Q3). What is Human Resource Planning (HRP)? Discuss...

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