Personnel Planning of Airtel

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Personnel Planning
Human resources are the most precious resources of an enterprise. Human Resources Optimization (HRO) involves employee allocation and timetabling, to ensure the efficient management of the personnel, conforming to various social regulations and labor contracts. Personnel Planning is an administrative discipline of hiring and developing employees so that they become more valuable to the organization. It includes (1) conducting job analyses, (2) planning personnel needs, and recruitment, (3) selecting the right people for the job, (4) orienting and training, (5) determining and managing wages and salaries, (6) providing benefits and incentives, (7) appraising performance, (8) resolving disputes, (9) communicating with all employees at all levels. Personnel planning aims to reduce waste in employing people, lessen uncertainty about current Personnel levels and future needs, and eliminate mistakes in staffing. Its purposes also include avoiding worker and skills shortages, stopping the profit-eroding effects of being over- or understaffed, preparing succession plans and shaping the optimum future work force by hiring the right managers, technical specialists and skilled workers in appropriate numbers.

Recruitment
Recruitment refers to the process of attracting, screening, and selecting a qualified person for a job. At the strategic level it may involve the development of an employer brand which includes an 'employee offering'. Recruitment refers to the chain and sequence of activities pertaining to recruitment of employable candidates and job seekers for an organization. Every enterprise, business, start-up and entrepreneurial firm has some well-defined employment and recruitment policies and hiring procedures. The human resources department of large organizations, businesses, government offices and multilateral organizations are generally vested with the responsibilities of employee recruitment and selection. Depending on the size and culture of the organization recruitment may be undertaken in-house by managers, human resource generalists and / or recruitment specialists. Alternatively parts of all of the process might be undertaken by either public sector employment agencies, or commercial recruitment agencies, or specialist search consultancies.

Selection
Selection is the process of obtaining and using information about job applicants in order to determine who should be hired for long- or short- term positions. Selection means choosing a few from those who apply, It is picking up of applicants or candidates with requisite qualifications and qualities to fill jobs in the organization. The Difference between Recruitment & selection

Recruitment is the process of searching for prospective and it helps to create a pool of applicants from which certain required number is selected. Selection is the process of choosing the most suitable candidates from those who apply for the job. It is a process of offering jobs to desired candidates.

Airtel
Airtel Bangladesh Ltd. is a GSM-based cellular operator in Bangladesh. Airtel is the sixth mobile phone carrier to enter the Bangladesh market, and originally launched commercial operations under the brand name "Warid Telecom" on May 10, 2007. Warid Telecom International LLC, an Abu Dhabi based consortium, sold a majority 70% stake in the company to India's Bharti Airtel Limited for US$300 million. Bharti Airtel Limited took management control of the company and its board, and rebranded the company's services under its own airtel brand from December 20, 2010. The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission approved the deal on Jan 4, 2010. Bharti Airtel made a fresh investment of USD 300 million to rapidly expand the operations of Warid Telecom and have management and board control of the company. This is the largest investment in Bangladesh by an Indian company. Dhabi Group continues as a strategic...
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