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Studying The Human Resource Activities At GE Plastics

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Human Resource Planning is an effort to anticipate future business and environmental demands on an organisation, and to provide qualified people to fulfill that business and satisfy those demands.”------ Wayne F. Cascio

Likewise, Beatty and Schneier have defined Human Resource Planning as a sequential process embodying the following characteristic:
- Inputs into human resource planning process
- Analyzing of existing human resources
- Forecast of future human resource needs
- Implementation of the human resource plan
- Evaluation and redesign of the human resource plan

Human Resource Planning is the process by which an organisation ensures that it has the right number and kind of people, at the right place, at the right time, capable of efficiently and effectively completing those tasks that will help an organisation achieve its overall objectives.

It is a sub system in the total organizational planning and it is only after this that the HRM can initiate a recruitment and selection process.

Human Resource Planning facilitates the realization of the company’s objectives for the future and determines the appropriate means for achieving those objectives and is variously called manpower planning, personnel planning or employment planning.

Objectives of HRP:
The main objectives of human resource planning are:
1) To ensure optimum use of existing human resource.
2) To forecast future requirements for human resources.
3) To provide control measure to ensure that necessary human resources are available as and when required.
4) To link human resource planning with organizational planning.
5) To assess the surplus and shortage of human resources.
6) To anticipate the impact of technology on jobs and human resources.
7) To determine levels of recruitment and training.
8) To estimate the cost of human resources and housing needs of employees.
9) To provide a basis for management development programs.
10) To facilitate productivity bargaining.
11) To meet the needs of expansion and diversification programmes.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 58
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
1. Theoretical Framework
2. Company profile
3. Human Resource Department at GE Plastics
4. Human Resource Management
5. Human Resource Planning
6. Recruitment and Selection
7. Training & Development
8. Performance Appraisal
9. Compensation
10. Industrial Relations
11. Limitations
12. References

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