Contributions to the planning of human resources in the territorial level
by Rodobaldo Martínez-Vivar; Alexander Sánchez-Rodríguez; Clara E. Marrero-Fornaris; Reyner Pérez-Campdesuñer; Gelmar García-Vidal
International Journal of Advanced Operations Management (IJAOM), Vol. 10, No. 1, 2018

Abstract: Human resource planning at the territorial level is an essential requirement which contributes to decision making, both corporate and territorial levels, hence the need to observe this phenomenon with a prospective and systemic approach to ensure human resources in quantity and quality required for the performance of activity levels in the short, medium and long-term. These elements characterise this paper, which bases its study on the main theoretical observations made of the literature on the subject, providing a tool with the capability to determine the human resource requirements at the territorial level. This research aims to design and apply a procedure for the planning of human resources at the territorial level, characterised by its systemic, prospective and control nature. The main results of the applications are reflected in the improvement of the efficiency and effectiveness indicators, highlighting a reduction of the deficit of human resources in the territory of 33.4% and a decrease of the surplus of 30.7%, achieving a better use and availability of human capacities installed in the territory as a contribution to its prospective development.

Online publication date: Tue, 24-Apr-2018

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