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11th April 2009 From India, Delhi
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11th April 2009 From United Kingdom
I am sure i have reached the right site. I was searching for guidelines or some kind of presentation to approach the Manpower Planning Step By Step techniques from forecasting till process. its is very similar to what i was searching. kindly post me the presentation / book / material. @
12th April 2009 From India, Hyderabad
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12th April 2009 From United States
I may succeed in getting a job in our Manpower Planning & Budgeting section to utilize my IT Database Skills. I wonder if there is any specific software that is handling manpower planning and budgeting reports and analysis.
I'd also appreciate if you can direct me on some helpful resource materials that I can read to get more familiar on the subject.
14th June 2009 From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
As you requested for some help on manpoewr planning i dont have work exp on software, did it through only management tools only.
As attached earlier.
please find a example of manpower planning for understanding the value of forecasting.
17th June 2009 From India, Delhi
- Describe the various forecasting techniques and how these techniques are being used in human resource planning Discuss the techniques which have been used in an organization you are familiar with. Briefly describe the organization you are referring to.
13th April 2010 From India, Delhi
If you give the complete scenario at the outset, it helps our experts to give you precise answers instead of giving answers based on assumptions. Hence, please let us know what you do, and in which industry, and why you have raised such a general question. If it is question for one of a student assignment, I suggest that you kindly give your response and then people will correct any misconceptions that you may have.
24th November 2014 From United Kingdom
Some of the planning before releasing a job description involves:
1. Comparing with available resources in case an existing employee can already perform this role/assimilated within this position.
2. What value can a new recruit add to this role/company ?
3.How the job position fits into the schema of roles in the organisation?
4.Creating their job description & specifications required in the candidate
5. Listing out budgetary limitations (including training & onboarding costs)
6.What will be the objectives & and Key Performance Indicators of the new recruit?
7. Onboarding a new employee takes time and it may take up to 6 months to be fully productive at optimum levels, factor these in while making the choice to hire.
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24th September 2019 From India, Bengaluru