What will the workforce look like in a post pandemic world? A growing increase in remote working, reskilling of employees and growth in the gig economy.
How to undertake a strategic workforce planning process
What will the workplace of the future look like? And what do organisations need to do to create a workforce that’s optimised for those conditions?
Applying a strategic workforce planning process underlies all successful human resources activities. Learn how your organisation can recruit the right people for changing times, and lead them to success.
The need for Workforce planning has increased but it’s not all about forecasting the future it should also be an exercise in Organisational Development.
Workforce planning is having a clearly defined strategy, creating role clarity for employees, and developing a governance structure to ensure accountability
The SACS Model of workforce planning is based on a comprehensive scientific literature review looking at a range of evidence-based models.
There are four key leadership behaviours for successful workforce planning – empowering staff, being optimistic, supportive and creating a learning environment.
When undertaking workforce planning, regardless of industry you’re going to need people who are highly resilient, flexible and can cope with challenges.