In order to be successful, every business needs the right people with the right skills, in the right place and roles, at the right time. The name which we give to achieving this aim is human resource planning or talent management. This case study from ILM provides a good example: Award Winning Talent Management at Kwik Fit Insurance.
The responsibility for human resource planning will typically be shared between line managers and the human resources department, and the process consists of three key functions.
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This first function involves the following activities:
- Identifying organizational needs
- Job analysis, to identify and define the parameters of a role
- Recruitment, to attract applicants for vacancies
- Selection, to decide and appoint the most appropriate of these applicants
- Induction and orientation, to familiarise appointees with the organization.
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