The
Definition Of

HR Budgets

HR budgets are quantitative, operational or short-run demand estimates that contain the number and types of personnel (i.e., personnel classed, such as bank clerks, loans officers, and branch managers) required by the organization as a whole and for each sub- unit, division or department.

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