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Human Resources Planning 

Human resources planning is a process that identifies the current and future human resources needs of an organization in order to achieve its goals.

(Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat)

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Human resources planning involve securing the right people, building a supportive work environment and developing the capacity to ensure the organization’s success and a confident future for the Public Service.

Put simply, it involves securing the right people, building a supportive work environment and developing the capacity to ensure your organization’s success and a confident future for the Public Service.

Human resources planning is an important building block in continuously improving and building your organization’s capacity to deliver services to Canadians. It is an essential element of integrated planning, which also involves finance, information management and technology, procurement, accommodations, communications and other components.

     

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