Mais conteúdo relacionado


Hrm2 hrp_group

  1. Human Resource Planning Ardhita banu adji(112420032) Abdullah Azzam(112420002) Amalia wira pratiwi(112420007) Hilman satriana(112420011) Wibisono Juhdi(112420022) Muhammad Taufiq Ihsan(112420009) GROUP 7
  2. What is Human Resource Planning?  A process of analyzing staffing needs and identifying actions that should be taken to satisfy them over time, matching the internal and external supply of people for job openings anticipated in the organization over a specified period of time and collecting Information Needed to Identify Appropriate Ways to Deal with Labour Surplus/Shortage
  3. Why we use Human Resource Planning?  The success and survival of any organization depends upon the manner in which people are recruited, developed and utilized effectively  Manpower is the largest component of any organization and its proper development is key to success of the organizations’ productive efforts.  Improve the utilization of human resources  Match personnel activities and future organization objectives efficiently  Achieve economies in hiring new workers  Expand the HR information base to assist other HR activities and other organizational units
  4. Why we should know HRP? Main : Place people in the right place in a company or agencies, and improve the employee skill for carrying out the firms business Secondary : Manage the employee skill and placement to get maximum performance for company development.
  5. Expected result for using HRP Implementation  Develop a successful organization  An interdependent network of individuals, each contributing to the success of the mission.  The success of an organization is significantly dependent upon the success of its individuals  Examining the effects of alternative human resource policies and programs
  6. 3 main component of Human Resource Management. -Predicting skill-specific internal supply Provide firm with information regarding expected future status of existing workforce -Predicting skill specific demand what sort of work forece that required to carry out the firm activities -Utilizing the supply and demand information use to select HR policies for practical use in planning process
  7. How to use HRP?  Designing the Management System  Environmental Analysis  Forecasting Human Resource Demand  Analyzing Supply  Reconciliation and Planning
  8. Intersect the supply of Human resource  Internal source  Audit present workforces to learn existing HR capability  Estimate job opening and tentatively expected job holders  Replacement chart  Decide the future job holders  External Sources  No existing employees fit in with the job opening requirement or new beginning jobs
  9. Human Resource Policies  Defined as those policies of firm which are designed to influence the development, maintenance, utilization and selection of employees.  Firm level human resource planning  Use of skill-specific information regarding the firm future supply and demand for human resource
  10. Potential determinant whether a firm have HRP Programs  Three categories of possible determinant  1.Instutional factors may inhibit the implementation of HRP Programs  2. The state of the art may not be sufficiently refined to support implementation of HRP Programs  3. Firms may not engage in HRP because it is not cost effective to do so
  11. What is Institutional factor  Factor that appear from constraints on the dissemination of information from the academic to the business community, or from conditions inherent in the organizational structure of the firm. And if contstraint exist on the dissemination of information from the academic
  12. Encouraging Human Resource Planning  The key to remove constrains on HRP is an improved ability to quantify the benefit of planning and increase in familiarity of management with both HRP and the Planning process in general. And if we can created situation where the HRP and the planning process in one harmony, the benefit to the firm will getting bigger.
  13. Ways to Increase Employee Productivity with HRP  Improve employees’ job skills to produce more in less time or at lower cost  Re-design work processes and methods so greater outputs are achieved  Use more efficient equipment so greater outputs are achieved
  14. Line of HRP in the Firm  Firm will be motivated to institute HRP programs when they perceive it to be so. Those in academic community need to be certain that human resource planning techniques will benefiting the firm, then finally lead the firm to understand the importance and the benefit of planning
  15. Conclusion  Human resource planning is one of the crucial aspects of human resource management because it helps to ensure the needed manpower for organizational goal. It helps to translate the organization's objectives and plans into the number of workers needed to meet the objectives.  * Balancing demand and supply of workers  * Controlling cost of human labor  * Formulating policies on transfer, succession, relocation of manpower  * Ensuring right kind of people at the right time and right place.