Tanglewood Case 2

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Transition probability matrix| Current year|
| (1)| (2)| (3)| (4)| (5)| Exit|
Previous year| (1) Store associate| 0.43| 0.06| 0.00| 0.00| 0.00| 0.51| | (2) Shift leader| 0.00| 0.54| 0.16| 0.00| 0.00| 0.30| | (3) Department manager| 0.00| 0.00| 0.64| 0.06| 0.00| 0.30| | (4) Assistant store manager| 0.00| 0.00| 0.06| 0.52| 0.08| 0.34| | (5) Store manager| 0.00| 0.00| 0.00| 0.00| 0.66| 0.34| | |

Forecast of availabilities| Next year (projected)|
| (1)| (2)| (3)| (4)| (5)| Exit|
| | Current Workforce| | | | | | |
Previous year| (1) Store associate| 8,500| 3655| 510| 0| 0| 0| 4335| | (2) Shift leader| 1,200| 0| 648| 192| | | 360|
| (3) Department manager| 850| 0| | 544| 51| | 255| | (4) Assistant store manager| 150| 0| | 9| 78| 12| 51| | (5) Store manager| 50| 0| | | | 33| 17|
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Gap analysis| Next year (projected)|
| | | (1)| (2)| (3)| (4)| (5)|
| Year end total(column sum)| 3655| 1158| 745| 129| 45| | External hires needed (current workforce-total)| 4845| 552| 306| 72| 17|

Specific Assignment Details

For the store manager group, you will analyze the information and prepare a report showing the results of the Markov analysis and the EEO investigation. The Director asked you to address these questions in your written report:

1. Currently the organization expects that their forecast for labor requirements is essentially constant from the previous year. Based on this assumption complete the five stages of the planning process: a. Currently the organization expects that their forecast for labor requirements is essentially constant from the previous year. This means the forecast for next year will be taken as given. b. Fill in the empty cells in the forecast of labor availabilities in Table 1.1. c. Conduct an environmental scan. Based on the environmental...
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