Workforce planning teacher guide (Foreign & Commonweal th Office) Starter Graphic designer matching activity
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Workforce planning worksheet
1. Workforce planning is the process of assessing the current and future labour needs of a business. 2. The stages of workforce planning include: a. Auditing the current workforce b. Analysing the future workforce in terms of both demand and supply of labour, taking into account the strategic direction of the organisation c. Identifying any gaps in the workforce needs d. Planning and implementing strategies to eliminate the gaps. Strategies may include increasing, reducing or training the workforce. e. Reviewing and evaluating the plan and making adjustments where necessary 3. The benefits of workforce planning include: a. In short, workforce planning allows FCO to the get the right number of workers, with the right skills, in the right place, at the right time. b. Allows workers to be used more effectively and efficiently c. Workforce planning helps FCO to change and respond to the fast-moving environment in which it works d. Ensures replacement workers are available when needed e. Provides clear rationale spending on recruitment, training and development activities f....
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