1.The first step in workforce planning is the review of current staff. Please complete the following table. What steps will need to be undertaken as a result of the review?
The number of people in work in the business. There is not enough staff or there are too many staff and there are not the right type of staff for the future.
The different types of jobs people in the business undertake
Qualifications of staff members
Awards and agreements
The mode of employment
2.Please complete the following table where information related to the labour supply is collected. Examples of the information that the source of data provided Source of data
Australian Bureau of statistics
3.What other factors will affect the supply of labour? Please give some examples using your workplace.
The Immigration policy, which determines the number of people entering the country and the skills and training they bring with them.
The industrial relations legislation regulating management prerogative, or the right of management to make unilateral decisions concerning employee dismissal, management of grievances, pay and conditions.
. Difference within the workforce is something that most businesses aim to reach. •
What are some of the differences between employees?
What are the benefits of having different types of employees?
What steps might a business take to ensure that they can retain their staff?
It is often necessary for businesses to develop objectives and strategies to modify their workforce. When would a business use the following strategies? Please provide a definition of what each strategy is.
Triple bottom line
What is the impact of having a high turnover of staff? What strategies can be put into place to minimise the turnover level?
Please describe and give an example of the following methods that can be used to measure...
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