With effective workforce planning and workforce management, you will be able to identify the talent you need to have in place to accomplish your immediate and long-term strategies. Prioritize strategic roles, benchmark your HR planning and workforce data against industry norms, analyze gaps in your current workforce capability, and use predictive modeling to identify the talent and skills you'll need to accomplish business goals.
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Learn key skills and competencies that will set your team apart, how to structure your team and its processes for optimal workforce planning performance, and how to educate and evangelize workforce planning in HR and beyond.
Let's face it -- organizations are only as able as the people who comprise them. When employee wellbeing is prioritized and employees are happy, an organization is positioned to do its best work. This fosters an atmosphere of positivity where everyone can thrive. But if morale is bad, turnover is high, and socio-economic disenfranchisement is the norm, it's probably a good idea to revisit your ‘HR first’ principles.
In order to prepare for the future, companies are taking a long-term approach to attracting and retaining their employees. Companies are thinking less about filling positions quickly and instead, focusing on finding the best fit. With a shrinking talent pool, companies are looking to streamline recruitment operations, forecast staffing needs, and above all else, hire the best. As a result, workforce planning can no longer be ignored.
Explore the implications of the New Skills Economy, why the market is becoming increasingly candidate driven, the expectations and impact of modern candidates, and roles for hiring managers in the recruiting process.
Organizations plan their workforce to keep pace with the emerging needs of the marketplace, evolving business objectives, and changing roles. But even the most organized planning efforts can’t resolve widening gaps between the skills necessary for new roles and the capabilities of existing talent. Internal learning and development programs can help, but in many industries, these are not enough to cover an organization’s needs. In response, organizations are searching for fresh alternatives for getting the right talent into the right roles at the right time.
As the labor market tightens, now is the perfect time to start building the case for workforce planning at your organization. The need is there, all you need to do is demonstrate the power of workforce planning to address it.
Learn how to socialize people analytics in your organization and increase adoption, refocus on business challenges and identify precise analytics to address them, create a path to value, and overcome common stumbling blocks.
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In an economy driven by innovation, disruption and constant change, strategic workforce planning is a crucial competency for HR professionals seeking to align workforce strategy with overarching business goals.