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Dear All, Can any one tell that what is the detailed Difference between HRM ( Human Resource Management ) and HRP ( and Human Resource Planning) Thanks in advance. Regards.
From India, Pune
Hi Bhupendra,
If we referring to the basic concept that Management skill is consist of the function of planning also (PDAC). I think HRP is a part of HRM. HRM is involving some functions and HRP is the function to ensure that the organization will always have enough manpower (usually in numbers but also can be in competencies) to run the organization or to achieve further targets of the organization.
Regards,
Rizka

From Indonesia, Jakarta
Hi,
HRM: Human resource is a process of planning, organizing, directing and controlling of the recourse’s and Functions of the organization...
Function are:
1. HRD: Human resource development
2. HRP: Human resource planning
3. HRMIS: Human resource management Information System
4. Industrial law
5. Labour law
6. Compensation and wages
etc
HRP: Human resource planning is a very vast subject, this function purely involved in Manpower recruitment for the organization.
From understanding the Manpower Need, Budget quotation, Number of employees need, Job description, Salary payable, technically skills, Experience or fresher, Education, Sourcing, screening, scheduling interview’s, Interviewing, Nego, Offering etc..

For more detail: you can get in Wikipedia

From India, Bangalore
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