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Your workforce action plan will be informed by the outcomes of your workforce planning. This action plan will guide the specific workforce areas that you need to target to optimise your current and future workforce and the workforce processes and activities that you will need to put into place.

For example, your workforce action plan may reflect a need to attract new employees and up-skill your existing employees, or perhaps your business has difficulty retaining employees for the long term and your action plan has identified employee retention as an area that needs your attention.

Here are some case study examples of how Workforce planning has been put in place by businesses:

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Important information
The Workforce planning health check can help you assess the state of your own workforce planning.

WA Business Assist is a group of qualified consultant who can help small to medium sized businesses with workforce planning. Check out more information on their website.