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Across industries, organisations need a clear and meaningful mandate to attract and retain the right people in the right place with relevant skills despite the economic shifts and global disruptions. This report delves into ways businesses can use Strategic Workforce Planning (SWP) to address workforce issues that are transforming the future of work and continuously redefining the employee experience and how we work.
Organisations need to be proactive, agile and embrace technology to undertake the projection of how work, workers and the workplace will evolve. Strategic Workforce Planning is the analytic forecasting and planning process that directs workforce activities to ensure the organisation executes its business strategy with the correct talent. This approach can enable organisations to realise their dream workforce by gaining insight into workforce flows and optimisation of people interventions.
Realising the key benefits of effective Strategic Workforce Planning today to prepare for tomorrow's work, workforces and workplace.
Clarity, control and reliability for the c-suite
Strategic work planning can help South African businesses withstand disruption and reduce the overall impacts of a crisis. The 4 basic principles of strategic workforce planning are to ensure that your organisation has the right people with the right skills at the right place and time and at the right cost. It has never been clearer that organisations need a strong workforce strategy that helps them take action today to prepare for tomorrow's work, workforces and workplace.
Marthle du Plessis
Partner | Africa Workforce of the Future Leader, PwC South Africa
Tel: +27 (0) 11 797 4075
Director | EMEA People Data and Digital Driver, PwC South Africa
Tel: +27 (0) 21 529 2395
Manager | Africa Workforce of the Future Campaign Lead, PwC South Africa
Tel: +27 (0) 11 797 5040