Workforce planning is the establishment of the workforce requirements of the business for the foreseeable future in quantitative and qualitative terms, or in other words, the decisions regarding the number and skills employees required. The workforce planning also involves the right environment for the employees already working for the organization. A professional who handles this part of the organization needs to make sure that employees are working properly and meeting the deadlines assigned to them. The workforce planning also involves making sure that the employees are giving their best willingly.
1) Training is necessary. It is important to enhance the motivation levels of the employees which can be done by training. The professionals should provide the employees with training. The employee won’t know how to handle a machinery or how to get a spreadsheet done if he’s not provided with proper training. If the employees are not trained well, their time will be wasted and they will be less productive. The employers should provide them with training. This will help the employees to learn more skills and build their resume. Moreover, training reduces the risk of accident in the workplace, this benefits both, the workers and employers. Training motivates the employees to work better because they understand the work properly and find it more meaningful.
2) Communication can lead the business to success or failure. Effective communication is very important in a business that aims to achieve success and stay on the right path. Without effective communication, the employees won’t understand the message, the message might be distorted and the employees might fail to meet the targets. The employers here need to make sure that there are no barriers to communication and everybody communicates properly. They should facilitate the employees to communicate with each other in the workplace. And should also encourage the employees to use the right method for communicating professional matters. Written communication is often preferred for professional matters because there is always a proof of the conversation in writing which can help in the future if any problem occurs.