What is Workforce Planning?

Workforce Planning definition

  • Workforce Planning is the evaluation of the current workforce so as to forecast future requirements. This can be made up of both demand planning and supply planning.
  • It is also the process of making sure an organisation has current and future access to the human assets it requires to function effectively.

What does Workforce Planning involve?

  • Recognizing current and future workforce needs.
  • Investigating the most suitable and cost-effective procedures to recruit and retain talent.
  • Constant analysis of the workforce efficacy.
  • Applicating the imperative deeds (learning, creation of new initiatives…) to guarantee the personnel remains efficient.
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