People are a company’s most important asset, yet many midsize organisations struggle with the concept of Strategic Workforce Planning.
Failing to have the right people, at the right time, with the right skills will cause many businesses to struggle to compete in an increasingly competitive marketplace as the competition for talent rages on.
As regional economies continue to emerge from the recession, business leaders’ focus shifts to planned growth and building the organisation. However, all too often scarce attention is paid to the current talent or the additional people needed for the business initiatives to succeed.
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The new report from Hudson, Workforce Planning: A Critical Differentiator for Businesses is a step-by-step guide to help an organisation:
- Understand the triggers to implementing a Strategic Workforce Plan
- Build a strong commercial case for implementation
- Avoid the common pitfalls
- Understand the typical components of a Workforce Plan
- Identify the types of Workforce Plans relevant for your business