The management of jobs is a tool that is used for managing human resources. It consists of the projection for the medium and long term needs and staff resources of an organization. It is composed of qualitative approaches of management planning skills and workforce planning. The management of jobs answers the following questions: How many people exist with structure and with what kinds of skills are going to work for tomorrow?
In the context of our study, the management of jobs will therefore, initially, measure the number of retirement personnel and then identify the skills needed for each position. It will absolutely replace a specific time, and not suffer loss of performance.
A structured management planning, that freezes the choices for the future and maintains a wide flexibility of the organization, staffing and skills. To respond to rapid and unpredictable changes related to technology environment and business, we must adapt the positions expressed in the resources business which address needs in the medium and long term.
Therefore, we believe that with this tool, the company will be able to assess the impact of demographic changes on the sector in question and measure its future staffing needs and skills, to see that it maintains an increase in the level of individual performance and thereby maintain or even increase the overall performance of the company.
Any organization is called upon to make projections of its human resources. It does so more or less rationally with a time horizon or longer. This requires making a diagnosis of the company, so that we can then make predictions. This corresponds to the qualitative and quantitative forecast management of Human Resources. The resulting recommendations provide a basis for decisions to be taken about the adequacy of resources for future needs.
The management of jobs within the company is justified by socio-economic situations. The relative inertia of the human system to the organization. Indeed, men are less flexible than machines. The prediction was therefore the only way to manage a system with short-term adaptability, including the movement of input-output becomes increasingly reduced.
Real adaptability of human resources: the knowledge, skills, technical capabilities are adaptable to various types of stains. The adaptability of talent forecasts a possible reflection. In our study, management planning will help anticipate massive departures and strategically help replace the outgoing senior employees.
Finally, the management of jobs, when it is implemented at the right time, will assign the right people the right jobs, with a period during which the company will have time to study the possibilities and have time to study each profile whether internal or external, to find the combination that can ensure the best performance possible.
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