Unit 16 - P1&M1 Essay examples
Introduction: Morrison’s PLC is one of the largest food retailers in UK. It has changed a lot over the last 8-10 years. Thanks to HR guidance it has improved all his sections and departments. To maintain this growth Morrison’s has to offer new services and products by using new selling strategies. To improve Morrison’s performance the HR changed the internal and external factors.
Internal factors that HR has changed:
Organisational needs and skills requirements: organisational needs are constantly changing that is why Morrisons’s HR has to training the employees as far as they can keep their position. The organisation must watch the marketing in order to open new stores in other countries or in …show more content…
Subject: Morrisons’s HR systems.
Human Resource is important to a business because it manages 10 specific areas. Morrisons need the HR planning to succeed because it trains new employees by improving their skills and giving them new criteria which are need by the business. In fact, by having the right staff within the store the business will improve its performance.
What constitutes effective HR planning?
An effective HR planning it is constitutes by: improving productivity, giving trainings, increasing quality, improving the ability of the store to bring new products into the market, supporting the changes within the store by motivating the employees. Also, by using new technologies and train the employees in how them. A good effective HR planning is also when it produce surveys to have response from the employees to know what could be improved and also from the customers. If there will not be an effective HR planning the business will reduce its performance, will lose the employees and the customers and in few months (or weeks) it may close.
HR improves the company's bottom line with its knowledge of how human capital affects organizational success. Leaders with expertise in HR strategic management participate in corporate decision-making that underlies current staffing assessments and projections for