Human Resource Planning: An Enabler for Augmenting Organizational Performance


  • Manodip Ray Chaudhuri
  • Shweta Mukherjee


Human resources departments of organizations perform various functions, but in the field of human resource planning there is still much to be achieved, which has resulted in inadequate and shortage of employees with required skills, along with low productivity, inability to adapt to change, poor training and development programmes, and the like. Human resource planning helps organizations to predict future manpower requirements as well as the number and type of people that will be needed in future. Having the right people in the right locations at the right time is critical to any organization's long-term success. Creating and implementing a human resource strategy to guarantee that your organization's goals are accomplished is part of human resource planning. It utilises systematic and ongoing procedures for assessing an organization's human resource requirements in changing circumstances and combining that analysis with the formulation of human resource policies that fulfil those needs. The primary objective of this research is to identify the underlying factors of Human Resource Planning that can help organizations improve their performance. The method of collecting data is secondary, hence, the majority of the literature was sourced
from internet databases and reputed Indian and international books and publications.

Keywords: Human Resource Planning, Organizational Performance, Manpower, Forecasting, Gap