This project work deals with manpower planning and development as a tool for higher productivity. Flour Mill Emene Enugu us where the focus lies
The research problem in this project is to investigate how manpower planning and development can effect productivity, as to find out factors militating against it objectives, prospects, related problems and how it can be improved.
Theoretically, this topic falls with the area of personnel management as a function of business organization.
The methodology of this research is descriptive and explanatory based on system methodology. The major findings are;
The success or failure of an organization depends greatly on the management, an unproductive and undisciplined. Many management know littler or nothing about human relations approach in management. They normally dack in the elementary principles of organizational behaviour there is no knowledge to link the employees with organizational rewards, unidentification of employee’s needs in order to motivate them to hard work.
Many workers shy away from the working period due to the skill on management. Many managers do not appreciate the importance of performance valuation, due to no proper supervision of the workers.
Recruitment pattern is another important finding. Most of the recruited workers are persons who do not have any idea of the job at all. If they are not close relations be sons-in-law, brother or sister in-law low productivity is assured due to no knowledge of the job. Majority of the new employed workers are not given proper orientation concerning the job and all other things that surrounds the job.
Lastly, there is poor division of labour as a result of small number of employees facing a great task. These will definitely lead to low productivity.
In accordance with above findings, the research workers dencluded that manpower planning and development is inevitable for small.
Finally, if the cases are supported with suitable solutions, workers will put more effort and higher productivity will be achieved.
In this chapter, it is going to cover the followings: the background of the study, statement of the problem, objectives of the study, significance of the study, scope and limitations of the study and reference.
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
In an organizational set up, the personnel manager is expected to help formulate manpower policies. to emphasis on division of labour presently, the duty of the personnel and remunerate employees.
Management in an organization is affected mostly due to misplacement of workers. Constantly, due to misplacement of workers. Constantly, experts ask whether to get the individual to fit into a job position or to design the job to suit the individual.
From observation, the management is to determine its manpower needs, the process by which management attempts to provide for its human resources to accomplish its task is term manpower planning or employment needs planning for their manpower needs.
Manpower planning is necessary in all organization because it is required for recruitment, without it, it would be difficult to know the number of personnel required for recruitment, to be reassigned, due to retirement or need to be retired for better utilization. Manpower planning reduces excessive recruitment training and transfer and thereby saves management cost and time.
‘Bruce’ observed that the major changes in population technological innovation, size and complexity of organizations have made informal methods of employment planning obsolete for all, but they very small and stand organization. In Nigeria where there is security of qualified manpower to fill existing positions the situation is more crucial.
Manpower planning aid an organization to start very early to seek for the positively of the future. It also helps in utilization of personnel available efficiently and effectively. Through this way, people in the organization that needs more training could be identified to upgrade their skill in other to assume more responsible positions.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Content
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statements of the problem
1.3 Objectives of the study
1.4 Significance of the study
1.5 Scope and limitation of the study
2.1 Review of related Literature
2.2 Origin of the study
2.3 Sources of Manpower Development and Training in Nigeria
2.4 The effects of manpower development and Training in Nigeria
2.5 Manpower Planning, Training and Development of Flour Mill Emene Enugu
2.6 Summary findings
RESEARCH DESIGN M
3.1 Research Design
3.2 Sources of Data
3.3 Method of data collection
3.4 Population of the study
3.5 Sample of the study
3.6 Sampling Techniques
3.7 Research Instrument used
3.8 Method of data analysis