1. Evaluate the strategic choices that Qantas has from both a theoretical and practical perspective, and examine how these choices affect human resource planning.
2. If you were in a position to advise Alan Joyce, what would you recommend he does to maintain the commitment to employees and implement HR Planning? Explain your recommendations.
Name: HE CHEN
Fin No: G1173124X
Batch NO: CBM2 1476B
Lecture: Mr. John Neo
Due Date: 12 March 2015
Word Count: 1950 words
Qantas Airline was set up in Queensland, Australia in 1920 by two veterans. Superb reputation has made Qantas become the symbol of reliability, security, advanced technology and high quality customer services in civil aviation industry. Except for the core business of passenger and cargo transport, Qantas Group also own many subsidiary companies including Qantas Link, Jet Star etc. At the same time , Qantas also operate many other business relevant aviation, such as airline food and holiday tourism business. Today, Qantas is still one of the leading long haul airline companies as well as one of the most powerful brands in Australia. It is maintaining the first class product and services standard as well as leading the updated development of international civil aviation industry. The health development of the civil aviation industry could present a country’ stronger competence and economic power.
With the popularity of the civil aviation industry, the airline company of Qantas is facing some challenges. Durning 2011 under the pressure followed by the global financial crisis, that was making a loss.Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says out of touch unions leaders are blocking reforms, that is Joyce’s reform warning irks engineers. So, Mr. Alan Joyce think should be reduce the number of pilots, and unreasonable check on some checks of airplane. He described the airline’s maintenance and repair costs as among the least efficient and most