Saturday, 24 October 2015

Requisites for Successful HRP (Human Resource Planning)

1. HRP must be recognized as an integral part of corporate planning
2. Support of top management is essential
3. There should be some centralization with respect to HRP responsibilities in order to have co-ordination between different levels of management.
4. Organization records must be complete, up to date and readily available.
5. Techniques used for HR planning should be those best suited to the data available and degree of accuracy required.

6. Data collection, analysis, techniques of planning and the plan themselves need to be constantly revised and improved in the light of experience.

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