The Effect of Human Resource Planning on Staff Development a Case Study of Caritas Mbarara
Author: AINEMBABAZI HELEN
Supervisor: Aloysius Louis Mubiru
The study, The Effect of Human Resource Planning On Staff Development, Case Study Caritas Mbarara. The objectives of the study included; to determine how demand forecasting affects staff development; to determine how supply forecasting affects staff development; to establish how scenario planning affects staff development and to establish how action planning affects staff development. Socio – culture was the considered as the intervening variable of the study
The study adopted a case study research design in which both qualitative and quantitative data was collected from a sample of 25 employees using questionnaires.
The analysis was carried out using tables, charts, graphs, frequency distribution and correlation coefficient. The study showed a general correlation of r= .075. However the social culture aspect presented a significant and positive relationship on staff development.
In conclusion human resource planning should be used regularly and developed more in the organization in order to motivate the employees hence also leading to staff development. This can be achieved through educating the employees about the necessity of human resource planning and also about its benefits to the organization.