P1- Identifying the internal and external factors in human resource planning.
In this report I will describe the internal and external factors to consider when planning the human resource requirements of an organisation. Human resource planning is looking at the current workforce skills and motivation techniques that are needed to compare with what is needed in the future. Businesses need to take account on both inside and outside the business and the skills that are needed with in business to make it a success. Internal: Planning factors:
Internal planning can relate to what is already happening inside the business itself. This can include thing like how the organisation can cope with methods of working or new demands made on it, things such as the introduction of using technology and new products and services. It can be a way of considering how new skills that might be needed for the future and for the employees that already have. Internal: Organisation needs
Organisations are always changing and their human resources workforce need to able to adapt too quickly and efficiently. Demand of goods can affect the number of employees needed in their roles. Organisations need to plan for new products and services to make adjustments. There are ways of doing this which are by contracting the workforce of expanding it. Organisations don’t stay the same; they are always changing no matter what, therefore the workforce requirements will have to do the same. Organisations look for different ways to increase the business by considering new markets that it may not have thought about. This could be expansion; by expanding into different markets or targeting different groups of people. Another one may be that countries may be part of the strategic plan – they might need new employees for example employees might have to be able to speak another language or to be able to work in different locations. Another could be a change in the number of people involved in...
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