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The role of environmental scanning in human resource planning.

Mande, Wilson Muyinda

Abstract:
This paper seeks to examine the role environment scanning plays in human resource planning in public and private enterprises citing examples from five universities in Uganda.It examines the methods used to in scanning the environment and the factors which are external to an organization and yet affect the human resource planning policies and strategies. They include the labour markets, Government policies, financiers’ policies, competition, changing technologies, and other social-political factors.

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Document Title: The role of environmental scanning in human resource planning.
Journal: Nkumba Business Journal
Volume: 4
No. of Pages: 58-67


Document Type:Journal Article (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Institutional Management
Country:Uganda
Keywords:Human Resources, Human Resources Management, Planning, Staffing Policy, Staffing Policy, Staff Recruitment, Environment


File Size:68 KB
Rights:Permission granted by editor and publisher
Date Added:16 January 2009


Mande, Wilson Muyinda (2002). The role of environmental scanning in human resource planning. Nkumba Business Journal. vol.4 pp.58-67