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As your business grows, naturally you'll need to hire more people to handle the increased workload. New skills will be required, too, to deal with the ever-widening range of activities. As increased demands arise, you'll need to have these new employees in place and be ready to provide opportunities for development and training. This takes cash and time, so future salary and training costs need to be part of cash flow forecasts and financial plans. Foreseeing these requirements is extremely important.
What You Need to KnowWhat is the best way to undertake staff planning?
A number of statistical methods exist to help businesses analyze, predict, and plan future staffing requirements. Each business is different, so there is no single answer to how best to plan. Essentially, though, you'll need to forecast sales and plan future production levels; estimate the amount and type of work that will be required; identify who can do this work; and identify the training and recruitment needed to fill any gaps.
Staffing is an ongoing process that begins with finding the right people through proper planning, recruiting, and selecting. But staffing doesn't end once employees are hired; management must keep and nurture its people via training, appraising, compensating, and implementing employment decisions that determine such things as promotions, transfers, and layoffs.