Human resource planning equips tourism organization personnel with the necessary qualifications, skills, work experience, knowledge and aptitude for work. To meet the challenges of new and changing technology and new techniques of production, existing employees need to be trained or new employees should be employed. It is necessary due to discharges, marriage, promotions demotions, transfers, retirement, death or incapacitation because of physical or mental ailments, etc. Human resource planning maintains and improves the organization's ability to achieve its goal by developing strategies that will result in optimum contribution of Human resource.
This book gives a vivid account of all these salient features of HRM in special reference to Indian tourism sector.
A comparative study of Jet Airways and Air Sahara has also been made to make study more concrete and valuable.