What Is Human Resource Planning and How Does It Contribute to Achieving Organization Goals?

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What is human resource planning and how does it contribute to achieving organization goals? Be able to analyze the importance of work force planning and explain the difficulties. Analyze in detail the recruitment requirement of a major company including legal requirement of the employer. You should also clarify at this point the accident recording arrangements and the smoking regulation Accidents and first aid

Larger employers with over 50 employees are encouraged to appoint and organize the training of First Aiders in addition to providing a First Aid box equipped to the specific standard. The requirements are more stringent on factory and warehouse premises than offices. All employers are required to provide an accident book, in which all accidents, however minor, should be recorded, including all accidents involving temporary workers. Reporting of accidents at work

It is the responsibility of the employer or the person in control of premises where an accident occurs to report all accidents that cause major injury to any person as a result of their work. If a temporary worker is injured on your premises it is your responsibility as the person in charge of the premises to report it to the relevant authority on Form F2508 within 10 days. You must also inform the employment business. However as the duty to report only arises when a worker is caused to be off work for 3 or more days you may need to liaise with the employment business as to the extent of the temporary worker’s injuries. Pregnancy

Where you employ workers of childbearing age you must carry out a general risk assessment to ensure that they are not exposed to harmful agents such as radiation or lead - nor are carrying out work that is prohibited such as underground mining. All female workers should be encouraged to inform you promptly in writing on becoming pregnant whether or not they are required to by law. In those circumstances both you and the worker have a responsibility to conduct a specific risk assessment, to avoid risks to the worker and her unborn child. Development and training for a large organization.

Development is the process of supporting the improvement of a person in line with individual needs and business requirements. At National Grid, development does not end when at raining scheme ends. National Grid’s culture promotes the continuing development of its staff. During the year, employees have development reviews. A development review involves an individual sitting down with his/her manager to talk about what development the employee needs and what support the company can provide to assist the employee in fulfilling the need(s). For example, an employee might state that he or she would like to improve his/her Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and public speaking skills in order to more effectively develop and deliver business presentations. This need could be fulfilled using on-the-job or off-the-job training, or a combination of both. For example, the employee may work with a colleague who is preparing and delivering a presentation. Alternatively or additionally, the employee may attend a classroom-based training course. Once discussed during the development review, the development needs and associated training and development necessary to fulfil them are set out in a document called a personal development plan (PDP). The PDP is reviewed for progress at points throughout the year. (1) Be able to evaluate the significance of employee motivation and appraisal programmer in a business. (2.1) Evaluate the human relations school of management in relation to the motivation of staff. * The third strand in the development of modern management was the increase in...
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