The Handbook of Human Resource Planning. Practical Manpower Analysis Techniques for HR Professionals

  • ID: 2210703
  • Book
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Recognition that people provide the only competitive edge amkes planning the provision of future manpower vital to senior managers and humna resource professionals.

This highly practical book examines the implications for organizations of rapid business change and an evolving inventory of people.
The Handbook of Human Resource Planning presents a systematic approach for:

determining the requirements of the business

analysing the flows and current skills of existing employees

formulating strategies to acquire and develop skills for tomorrow from new and existing staff

The author show how an awareness of the scale and implications of changing requirements enable realistic and flexible strategies to be developed for the most effective and powerful use of human resources.
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Gordon McBeath
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