By Trudi Lebron, ScriptFlip
When we love the work that we do, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of new projects, partnerships, initiatives and the creative teams that make the work happen. With our “get it done” attitudes that stem from part passion and part deadline, we can get so focused on the execution that we overlook the importance of planning for one of the most critical parts of the work… our human capital.
Workforce planning is “the process of linking workforce strategies to desired business outcomes” as told by Elizabeth Cary, Sr HR Consultant for Aetna. Cary shared with us how workforce planning involves a few critical components including an organizations overall staff to outcomes plan, succession planning, and staffing strategies including recruiting, retaining, developing and managing employees. Read More