Human Resource Planning Process For Human Resources

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Introduction to the Topic The reading for this assignment covered human resource management. Items discussed in this chapter were the importance of human resource management in an organization, the planning process for human resources, how a manager needs to be familiar with U.S. federal laws and regulations, the steps in the employment process, and current issues faced by human resources. According to Dunlap & Garvin (2010), good employees can be the key to success in an organization. A human resources department has several important responsibilities that can affect an organization in either a positive or negative way. Three Concepts The three important concepts from this week’s reading are the planning process, recruitment, current issues in human resources. Human Resource Planning Process. The planning process is the first activity for staffing of an organization (Satterlee, 2013). The planning process is the aligning of the human resource strategic goals with the strategic goals of the organization. Job analysis, job description, and job specification are part of the planning process. According to Satterlee (2013), the process of establishing programs or procedures to implement human resource strategies is strategic human resources planning. Strategic alignment, leadership and knowledge management, results-oriented performance culture, talent management and accountability are the five aspects of implementing a human resources strategy (Satterlee, 2013). The
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