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Profiles International Releases New Study Identifying Key Factors for Strategic Workforce Planning
Date:8/19/2009

“Our findings indicate that there are 6 key components of a successful strategic workforce planning process,” stated Jim Sirbasku, co-founder and CEO of Profiles International. Our report examines all 6 critical components of strategic workforce planning and provides guidelines for implementing each of those 6 components.”

Waco, TX (PRWEB) August 19, 2009 -- Profiles International, Inc., a global leader in employment evaluation and human resource management assessment tools, has released a report identifying 6 critical keys to strategic workforce planning.

“Our findings indicate that there are 6 key components of a successful strategic workforce planning process,” stated Jim Sirbasku, co-founder and CEO of Profiles International. “One of those key components is an intimate understanding of the current labor market and the ability to forecast where that market is heading. Our report examines all 6 critical components of strategic workforce planning and provides guidelines for implementing each of those 6 components.”

When analyzing the current and future labor market, business leaders should establish where the businesses is going, understand where the labor market is going, determine the business’s future talent demands, assess the current talent inventory, identify the talent gaps, and implement the solutions.

“By intentionally analyzing these 6 issues, business leaders will be able to undertake an effective strategic workforce planning process that can ensure future business success,” said Dario Priolo, Managing Director of the Profiles International Research Institute.

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