Workforce Planning

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Looking for a more stable path, many organizations are now seriously thinking about workforce planning as a foundation for both a short-term fix and for a longterm strategy. Unfortunately, thinking about workforce planning and executing a well-defined process are very different activities.
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By deploying a structured workforce planning process, organizations gain new insights and metrics about present and future workforce gaps.
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Especially now, these leading-edge companies are making fact-based workforce planning decisions that will help them survive the current recession and position them to quickly ramp up workforce additions when the downturn ends. They are proving that the case for analytics is more compelling than ever. "I worry that in this climate of retrenchments, companies will think of workforce planning as a
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There?s a buzz in the automotive industry around the concept of ?strategic workforce management??getting the right people, for the right job, at the right time, to improve overall business results. Strategic workforce management goes beyond the traditional role of human resources: it?s a strategic initiative and competitive weapon to help today?s automotive companies drive corporate goals and objectives.
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The module is also a valuable tool for budgeting, facilities, space, and workforce planning.
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" (Young is finishing up a report to be published later this year that will examine how companies implement their strategic workforce planning.) Each company needs to understand the problem it faces, estimate the gaps in its industry and determine the skills it needs to meet business objectives. Young calls this strategic workforce planning: "The analytic, forecasting and planning
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Companies that sold standalone performance appraisal automation systems are gone " being replaced by systems which include goal alignment, succession management, development planning and complete employee profiles (that import rsums and create a rich employee profile for workforce planning, expertise location and succession management).
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The company complete, end-to-end platform natively connects all human resources (HR) and talent functions, including performance management, succession planning, learning, career development, compensation, hiring and recruiting, workforce planning, social networking, and core HR records.
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The best-run human capital management organizations share the following crucial practices and goals: Optimize process and transactional support Benchmark processes and performance Consolidate systems Adopt shared services Invest in people and talent Align HR with overall business strategy and goals Focus on value, not effort As an initial step, top companies optimize process and transactional support instead of concentrating on payroll and compensation administration to focus more on
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Conclusion Deploying new workforce technology can transform your company operations and deliver significant and repeatable ROI, as well as provide data that improves core strategic HR applications like workforce planning, recruiting, and performance management.
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Strong evidence supports the notion that a well-groomed insider is a key to sustained company performance. In an analysis of 1,800 successions, company performance was significantly better when insiders succeeded to the job of chief executive officer (CEO). Learn why CEO choice matters?and how you can work toward better corporate succession planning by choosing a high-potential executive from within your company.
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There?s nothing like a recession to reveal the efficacy of shared services as a delivery model for human resources (HR) administration. Companies experienced with HR shared services find the model efficiently handles day-to-day administrative transactions, including such delicate issues as the paperwork aspects of layoffs, thus freeing staff to focus on morale and other issues caused by the economic downturn. Learn more.
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Almost everything you know about human resources (HR) outsourcing is about to change. The future is about single-source integration, and there are key new technologies that herald this era: unified service for HR, time, payroll, and expense tracking; management dashboards; streamlined employee interfaces; synchronous data with a single database; and empowered reporting.
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Consisting of workforce planning, scheduling, forecasting, time and attendance, talent management, and analytics, this solution enables you to reduce costs, increase sales, and boost employee satisfaction.
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Automation of human resources (HR) processes and integration across various functions can provide visibility into and analysis of the workforce. Having a single reliable source of information is key to enabling this visibility, which in turn can enable your company to align skills with business objectives. Learn more about how you can optimize your HR systems to meet your current?and future?human capital management needs.
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