1. Evaluate the strategic choices that Qantas has from both a theoretical and practical perspective, and examine how these choices affect human resource planning.
2. If you were in a position to advise Alan Joyce, what would you recommend he does to maintain the commitment to employees and implement HR Planning? Explain your recommendations.
Name: HE CHEN
Fin No: G1173124X
Batch NO: CBM2 1476B
Lecture: Mr. John Neo
Due Date: 12 March 2015
Word Count: 1950 words
Qantas Airline was set up in Queensland, Australia in 1920 by two veterans. Superb reputation has made Qantas become the symbol of reliability, security, advanced technology and high quality customer …show more content…
Human Resource Planning
Human resource planning is very essential for survival of the business. It is a process in which the HR department takes stock of its current scenario and prepares for the future. This is all with respect to the most vital resource of an organization--its employee. The HR department sees whether all departments in the organization are an appropriate size or not and also prepares for future job openings and vacancies.
Qantas airways refused to rule out job cuts to help propel its international operations toward profitability amid a rise in passenger numbers from the grounding of Tiger Airways. The strategic overhaul will focus on future investment, cost cutting, the airline’s partnerships and its future in fast- growing Asia. Qantas’ current round of wage negotiations with several unions had resulted in