Comprehensive Structure and Process of Human Resource Planning

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Table of Contents Term of Reference Executive Summary Company profile Recruitment „P Nature of Recruitment „P Objectives of recruitment „P Job vacancies „P Recruitment Methods Selection „P Selection Criteria „P Selection methods „P Evaluation of the selection process Retention „P Nature of Retention „P Turnover analysis „P Retention strategies Reward „P Nature of reward „P Objectives of the reward system „P Reward determination „P Types of reward system „P Performance Management Training and Development „P Nature of Training and development „P Objective of Training and Development „P Training and Development process „P The role of training and development Conclusion Reference and Bibliography Term of Reference The purpose of this report is to provide comprehensive structure and process of human resource planning to Widgets Unlimited's Director, which the content of this report will include the section of employing new staffs, and the section of developing original staffs. This report is provided by the senior manager of human resource management department to the managing director of Widgets Unlimited, which to provide new human resource strategy for the incoming year. This report includes academic study as well as empirical research on the market, which will provide the strategies on the academic foundation, but analyzing in practical ways. Executive Summary Human Resources Management (HRM) is that branch of management that deals with managing one of the resources of the organization-Human Resources. Institute of Personnel and Development defines human resource management as: "Recruiting and selecting people, training and developing them for their work, ensuring that payment and conditions of employment are appropriate, where necessary negotiating such terms of employment with trade unions, advising on healthy and appropriate working conditions, the organization of people at work, and the encouragement of relations between management and work people." This report is focus on explaining the process and steps of human resource planning, and analyzing the strength and weakness in each steps. This includes the recruitment and selection on the new employees, and further develops on retention of original staffs, rewards on t... ... middle of paper ... ...l and continuously develop and train staffs skill and knowledge in order to maintain company¡¦s competitive advantages. In this report has emphasis on the important relationship with the size and budget of the company, which this consideration has to be included in analyzing the possibility of adopting the plan. It is important for the director to note that before accepting the plan, it will need further and deeper analysis on company¡¦s capital available and the external business environment. Overall, this report provides the guide line for the director to understand broadly process of human resource planning. Reference and Bibliography Bratton, J & Gold, J (1994) Human resource management : theory and practice. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan McKenna, E & Beech, N. (2002) Human Resource Management: a concise analysis. London: Person Education Limited Sturges, J & Guest, D. (1999) Shall I say or should I go? Warick: Association of Graduate Recruiters Thomason, G. (1988) A textbook of human resource management. London : Institute of Personnel Management Torrington, D & Laura, H & Taylor S. (2002) Human Resource Management. London: Prentice Hall

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