Denden Odjada


Human resource planning is one of the growing areas of academic research. Organizations regard its human resource as their core competency because it would lead towards better organizational performance. This research focuses on effect of human resource planning on the organizational performance. Objective of this research is to determine key determinants of formal human resource planning that contributes towards performance in the telecom sector. The data collected from top managers, middle level managers and the first line HR managers of 50 offices including head offices and regional offices of 160 questionnaires including some interview and open ended questions based on the measures of performance and Human Resource Planning. The results from the factor analysis on HRP measures choosing, training, and incentives and the organizational performance measures which are job satisfaction, efficiency, employee motivation and technology constitutes significant and a positive relationship with other. As modern HR practices are implemented in telecom sector and companies would spend more on Human Resources, it would lead towards High performance achievement.


Human Resource Planning, Telecom Sector, Organizational Performance, Selection, Training, Incentives.

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