5IHR FINAL COPY 3 DECEMBER 2014
3088 words 13 pages5IHR USING INFORMATION IN HUMAN RESOURCES
BUSINESS PROPOSAL ON
Contents Page Number
1. Purpose of the Business Proposal 3
2. Analysis of Good Practice 3
3. Aim 4
4. Stakeholders 5
5. Secondary Research 6
5.1 Secondary Data 6
5.2 Primary Data 7
- Group Discussion
- Professional Peer Networking
6. Findings 9 - Data and Facts 9
7. Best Practice Evidence 11 a. CIPD Case Study 1 11 b. CIPD Case Study 2 12 c. ACAS advice 12
8. Operational Plan 14
9. Recommendations for Added Value 15
10 Conclusion 15
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To enable staff to feel they are valued and offer staff an opportunity for a more flexible working environment.
HR has overall responsibility for recruitment budgets which have historically been high. HR would be able to reduce the costs of recruitment to the business, and at the same time lower staff turnaround figures.
To increase staff motivation and productivity.
The operational impact of this change and how it may need planning and rotas may need to be put in place. How this will help Managers retain key staff and therefore spend less time training new staff as staff retention increases.
To enable employees to feel valued and increase their engagement and effectiveness in their different groups and respective roles.
They will be interested in being given the opportunity and choice to create a better work/life balance.
5. SECONDARY RESEARCH
Research can be collected through either primary or secondary resources and HR professionals are encouraged to evaluate secondary data first (what they already know, also what has been already pre-published) before collecting any primary data (new information).
Primary Research is referred to by Horn 3(2009) as - Information that has been collected for the study in which it is to be used. Primary data is new, and has not been used by others and would therefore be considered to be ‘first hand’ information. Key sources for primary research my