As addressed in Section 2. Once the strategic plan is written, the HR professional can begin work on the HR plan. This is different from the strategic plan in that it is more detailed and more focused on the short term. As the HR manager, you have access to sensitive data, such as pay information. As you are looking at pay for each employee in the marketing department, you notice that two employees with the same job title and performing the same job are earning different amounts of money. As you dig deeper, you notice the employee who has been with the company for the least amount of time is actually getting paid more than the person with longer tenure.
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As a start-up, developing your business plan is no easy task. While you may never have developed a plan before, it's crucial you start now because your business plan will not only guide your actions as you get your business off the ground but will keep your business on track as your business grows. The key components to include in your business plan are a description of your organizational structure including your management and human resources capabilities philosophy and needs, the number of employees you intend to hire, how you will manage your employees, and your estimated personnel costs. Begin your plan by outlining your own managerial experience and skills as well as those of your team, the roles of each member of your team, and any particular areas of strength or deficiency in your personnel lineup.
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