Workforce Planning

​​​​​​​​Workforce planning is a systematic, proactive process, which aligns strategic planning, human capital and budgeting to meet organizational goals and objectives through:


  • Forecasting mission critical talent needs
  • Analyzing current workforce and talent supply
  • Developing, implementing and evaluating strategies to close gaps

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Workforce Planning Considerations

 

  • Competency - Any measurable and observable characteristic, such as knowledge, skills, abilities, traits and behaviors that contribute to successful job performance in a specific role or occupation.
  • Staffing - Know your organization's business needs, current and projected. Determine whether you have enough of the right people in place to accomplish your mission and objectives.
  • Diversity - Evident (e.g., gender, race, ethnicity, physical ability, age) and underlying (e.g., education, work experience, tenure, culture).


Each agency shall develop a workforce plan as a component of the strategic plan​, as required by Georgia Code, Section 45-12-177.


Succession Planning

 

Succession Planning is a systematic process of identifying and developing candidates for key leadership and professional positions in an organization. These "high potential" candidates must be carefully selected and trained to develop the skills and competencies needed for organizational success.​​

 

 

CONTACT

Workforce Planning
HRA Contact Center

Phone

 404-656-2705

Email

 hra@doas.ga.gov

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Workforce Planning Documents

Succession Planning Resources

01/20/15

Succession Planning Executive Overview

01/20/15

Succession Planning Model

01/20/15

Succession Planning Training Presentation

Workforce Planning Resources

01/20/15

Workforce Planning Checklist

01/20/15

Workforce Planning Guidelines

01/20/15

Workforce Planning Model

01/20/15

Workforce Planning Training Presentation

Workforce Report

11/09/15

FY 2015 Workforce Report

 
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