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The Role of Manpower Planning, Promotion and Training in Evaluating the Performance of Human Resources Management in Soft Drinks Manufacturing in Sudan (2008-2013)

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.11, No. 4)

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Page : 728-734

Keywords : human resources management-soft drinks-manpower planning descriptive analytical method-training programs-recommendations;

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This study deals with evaluating the performance of human resources management in soft drinks manufacturing in Sudan. It aims to study the role of manpower planning, promotion systems, and the role of training in evaluating the performance of human resources management in soft drinks manufacturing. The study followed the descriptive analytical method and the case study. Data were collected through questionnaires, which were designed for a sample of administrators, heads of departments, and a sample of workers. Also, information was collected through interviews and observation, and then processed statistically. The study found that human resources management in soft drinks manufacturing in Sudan does not follow manpower planning methods, and that the promotion systems are unfair, and do not satisfy the human element, the lack of controls for training programs, as well as targeting a specific group, many recommendations were made, the most important of which is the introduction With the concept of manpower planning, to estimate the needs of individuals with the required skills and specializations, and to eliminate or reduce the phenomena of disguised unemployment, and disability in some categories of workers, for the purpose of improving performance and reducing costs. Develop programs for promotion systems on a regular and objective basis, allocate budgets for the preparation and application of regular training programs, in a manner that achieves optimal use of human resources available at the enterprise level. Selecting highly qualified cadres to work in the Human Resources Department, or continuing efforts to find cadres by intensifying the specialized courses. Opening the door for more postgraduate studies and scientific research dealing with the subject of human resources management and working to implement the recommendations of the study.

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