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Once you implement the plan, evaluate your efforts in order to ensure you are accomplishing your strategies, closing staffing and competency gaps, and efforts are benefiting internal and external stakeholders and the organization as a whole.
This phase allows you to evaluate all components of the workforce plan to ensure they are effectively accomplishing desired outcomes.
An evaluation of the outcomes and effectiveness of the workforce plan and related activities.
Evaluate the workforce plan and ongoing activities related to the plan's strategies.
Add appendices to the workforce plan with all changes and updates to the plan.
Workforce Plan Template DOCX |
Blank Template DOCX - Include updates as appendices
Workforce Plan Checklist PDF |
RTF to evaluate all aspects of the workforce plan. Look for measureable changes related to the strategies you have implemented, such as:
Document lessons learned from the workforce planning process by following up with the
Steering Committee Roles and Responsibilities PDF |
Document every change made to the workforce plan, including the reason for the change. Rather than overhaul the plan itself, add an appendix to the workforce plan with each new change. The following organizational changes may indicate that your plan needs to be updated:
Workforce planning should be formally undertaken every three to five years or as major organizational changes arise, whichever is sooner. However, the workforce plan should be evaluated on a continual basis to ensure that the strategies are still effectively meeting the organization's needs. Consider the following continuous activities: