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advantages of human resources planning

Updated on August 11, 2009

human resources planning

Human resources planning anticipate not only the required kind and number of employees but also determine the action plan for all functions of personnel management. The major payoffs of human resources planning may be catalogued in the following way.

 

a)      Human resource planning is  necessary  of  all organization .The cooperate pal of the organization  regarding expansion, diversification, technological change, should be backed up by the availability of human resources. It suggests modification in the plan when the expected manpower is not available.

 

b)      It offsets uncertainty and change. Sometime the organization  may have machines and money but not men and consequently the production cannot be started. It offsets such uncertainly and changes to the maximum possible and enables the society to have right men at right time and in the right place.

 

c)      It provides scope for advancement and development of employees through training, development etc.

 

d)      It helps to satisfy the individual needs of the employees for the promotions transfers, salary enhancement, better benefits etc.

 

e)      It helps in anticipating the cost of salary, benefits and all the cost of human resources facilitating the formulation of budgets in a society.

 

f)        It helps to foresee the need for redundancy and plans to check of human resources and to change the techniques of management.

 

g)      It helps in planning for physical facilities, working conditions, the volume of fringe benefits like canteen, schools, hospitals, conveyance, child care centers, quarters, company stores etc.

 

h)      It causes the development of various sources of human resources to meet the organizational needs.

 

i)        It helps to take steps to improve human resource contributions in the form of increased productivity, sales, turnover etc.

 

j)        It facilitates the control of all functions, operations, contribution and cost of human resources.

 

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      6 years ago

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      Egbe Tosin Vera 

      6 years ago

      Nice one.so simplified

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      www.365kin.com 

      7 years ago

      Hi! great article... for HR planning I would also suggest adding software/system tools to help you out become much more efficient. I would suggest looking into an HR self-service portal.

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      anj_007 

      8 years ago

      yeah it was very informative and interesting

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