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Australia IR laws: Discuss in your group 3‐4 An overview of the labour market in Australia Labour force analysis techniques: Job Outlook, Skill Shortages; Small area labour markets; vacancy Reports, market survey, Manpower/labour forecasting techniques: Qualitative and quantitative techniques Qualitative techniques: Overview: Nominal group, Delphi technique, Replacement planning, allocation planning, trend analysis Quantitative techniques: Overview: Regression model, Time‐Series model, economic model, Linear programming model, Markov model, scatter plot Underlying factors in forecasting: Organisational environment, Size/capacity Perceived uncertainty in labour markets and economy Competition Examples and discussion Practical examples of each technique: Real‐life case examples and class discussion Identify potential solutions to workforce planning issues 5‐7 Assessing supply and demand: Understanding strategic and business plans Identifying human resources requirements from strategic and business plans Reviewing organisational capacities and current workforce The concept of process re‐engineering Planning for aging workforce Planning for staff utilisation Identifying the addressing skill shortages Environmental scanning Supply forecasting Demand forecasting Gap analysis Examples and discussion Generate as many barriers as you can think of to effective workforce planning In your group, take five minutes to develop a quick ‘pitch’ that will provide a compelling reason for the business unit manager to meet with you to discuss workforce planning 8‐9 Development of a workforce plan Potential solutions to workforce planning issues Developing workforce objectives and strategies: Recruitment, training, redeployment, succession planning and redundancy Communicating objectives and rationale to relevant stakeholders Developing contingency plans to cope with extreme situations Implementing workforce plans Case study – Chris’s Dilemma: Discussion: Answer the questions in the case study
BSB51915| BSBHRM513 Manage Workforce Planning Learner’s Guide | V 3.0 | Jun 2018 Pass Global Pty Ltd t/a ALTEC College |Provider Code: 22034 | CRICOS Code: 02926D Approved by: Quality Manager | Next Review: Dec 2018 Page 11 of 34 Translating strategies in to actions Concepts of organisational change Preparing the workforce/organisations for a change 10 Monitoring and evaluating workforce plans Monitoring and evaluating workforce trends Monitoring effects of labour trends on demand for labour Keeping abreast of governmental policy and industry changes Maintaining worker satisfaction Review and revision Assessment follow up and feedback Student Q&A Suggested Learner Resources Sloan J., 2008, An Introduction to Workforce Planning, East Street Publications, Australia Stone J. R., 2010, Human Resource Management, John Wiley & Sons, Australia Bratton J., Gold J., 2007, Human Resource Management: Theory and Practice (4 th Ed.), Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire United States Government Accountability, 2011, Human Capital: Key Principles for Effective Strategic Workforce Planning, USA Other Resources Workforce Planning Australia:

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