HRM at the Texas South Air Force Base

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Essay #: 054949
Total text length is 5,735 characters (approximately 4.0 pages).

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The beginning:
HRM at the Texas South Air Force Base
ABSTRACT
The human resources planning within the logistics division in the Texas South Air Force Base requires immediate overhaul as there are many inconsistencies. This memo first looks at the current situation and then goes on to suggest the changes that need to be made and the training and development that should be undertaken by the division to help it function efficiently.
To: The Human Resources Manager, Texas South Air Force Supply Logistics Division
From: Supervisory Manager, Texas South Air Force Supply Logistics Division
Subject: Necessity to change human resources plan at the plant
Introduction
The human resources planning within the logistics division in the Texas South Air Force Base...
The end:
.....e the supervisors have answers to the above questions, then it would be easier to decide on what types of training would work the best for the team.
References
Merritt, L. (2007). “Human Capital Management: More Than HR with a New Name”. Human Resource Planning, 30(2), pp.14.
Moore, M. L. (2007). “Beyond HR: The New Science of Human Capital”. Human Resource Planning, 30(4), pp.52.
Bibliography
Brush, M. C., & Ruse, D. H. (2005). “Driving Strategic Success through Human Capital Planning: How Corning Links Business and HR Strategy to Improve the Value and Impact of Its HR Function”. Human Resource Planning, 28(1), pp. 49.
Ibarra, P. (2005, January/February). “Succession Planning: An Idea Whose Time Has Come”. Public Management, 87, pp.18.