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									Human Resource Planning




            Dr Anil Mehta
“Human Resource planning is a
process by which management
determines how an organisation
should move from its current
manpower position to its desired
manpower position”
“the process of determining
manpower requirements and the
means for meeting these
requirements in order to curry out
the integrated plan of an
organisation”
                            Coleman
“Human Resource Planning
consists in projecting future
manpower requirements and
developing manpower plans for
the implementation of the
projections”
  Objectives of Human Resource
             Planning
To
1 ensure optimum use of human
resources
2 to forecast future skill
requirements
3 ensure that necessary resources
are available as and when required
                               Contd.
4 Specific reasons: to
1 link manpower planning and human
resource planning
2 determine recruitment levels
3 anticipate redundancies
4 determine optimum training needs
5 provide a basis for management
development program
6 determine the cost of manpower in new
project
7 assess future residential requirements
                     The HRP Process
                         Environment

                          Organisational
                      objectives and policies



 HR need forecasts         HR Programming        HR supply forecasts



                                HRP
                           Implementation


                        Control and evaluation




Surplus                                                     Shortage
       Major HRP Activities
1 Demand forecasting
2 Supply Forecasting
3 Determining Human Resource
Requirements
4 Action Planning
5 Monitoring and Control
        Action Planning
1 The Recruitment Plan
2 The redeployment Plan
3 The Redundancy Plan
4 The Training Plan
5 The Productivity Plan
6 The Retention Plan

								
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