Consequences of poor planning of human resources

Unlike the front-line positions such as sales, jobs human resources (HR) are often responsible for strategic planning and development of employees. Planning human resource plans includes recruitment , training programs and employee development organizational. There are many benefits of having strong planning tools of human resources in place.

Recruitment
The departments of human resources are generally responsible for hiring new employees when positions are created or no vacancies. Recruitment and selection of employees is a long process that involves advertising the open position, the management of the application process, interview potential candidates and make job offers. Effective planning of human resources helps the company to prepare ahead of these vacancies rather than acting in a reactionary manner when an employee quits unexpectedly. Another benefit of having a plan of recruitment in place is that recruiters know where to direct your job search to find the best candidates. Successful recruiters plan ahead and know what set of (hard and soft) skills are essential for the right candidates and know how to interview effectively. Companies including Planning human resources prepare future vacancies resulting from business growth and expansion.

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Career Development
Another benefit of planning of human resources is to have procedures development professional, which consist in identifying the future leaders of the company and help them grow. This means that when an executive or manager goes, there is someone willing to promote the position. Retention is an important factor of successful companies as it means that promotions come from within the organization and current employees are motivated to work harder to get ahead. The development is also seen in professional opportunities for cross-training and career plans in place.

 
Training
Planning human resources includes successful models and training procedures. This includes training to teach new employees about the company culture, internal databases, software and skills necessary for specific positions. The advantage of this type of training is that all employees are taught the same thing in the same way, creating consistency and accuracy in daily work. Other models include information on training new company initiatives, new products and classes for career advancement. For example, if an employee has been successful in her current position, training may include training or management classes to help you prepare for a future promotion.

 

Employee management
Effective planning of human resources incorporates aspects of the management of employees, such as performance evaluations and disciplinary procedures. Companies benefit from having these systems in place, helping managers to do their job and avoid potential lawsuits. The standardized performance reviews help administrators find key elements in the review and rating of subordinates and ensure that everyone is on the same scale review. Standardized disciplinary procedures ensure that rules are followed and clearly identify the consequences when broken.