Personnel planning-objective, HR Management


Personnel Planning is a very important component of Human Resources Management. In this Unit, we shall study all the different aspects of manpower planning of an organisation with special reference to library and information centres.
After reading this Unit, you will be able to:

  • get a proper understanding of personnel planning;
  • appreciate the need for a systematic approach to personnel planning;
  • describe the different elements of personnel planning;
  • explain the different techniques of personnel planning; and
  • attempt planning of personnel for a library and information centre.


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