At this juncture, managing work load and allocating the requisite tasks in a business organization has become one of the most essential works in the modern business world. Managing the employees in an organization is also crucial in the business world. This research will comprise the context of recruitment and management of the employees. It will also enumerate certain ways that would help the companies to motivate and retain staff. Managing resources is one of the pivotal tasks required for the success of any organization. This research work will implicitly explain the various aspects by which a firm can tackle its labour resource. 1.1Work Load Planning and Work Allocation There are various approaches of workload planning and work allocation. Work load may be termed as logical classifications of aggregate work executed by an organization. Work load planning and work allocation is two very close but different terminologies. The organizational managers first analyze the amount of work load in an organization and then they allocate the following to different employees in terms of the different work allocation theories. In general, the approaches of work load planning set by an organization are almost same for all the public and private sectors (Sabharwal and Prashant 25) Approaches of Work Load Planning One approach adopted by the managers of organizations is related to simple estimation of the company’s current workload and workforce. After making that inference, they enumerate the various competences of the organization. Efficient work load planning involves assessing the future work load, work force and competences in an association. Sometimes the mangers in an organization compare the workloads and work forces along with their competences in present and future. By doing so, they sufficiently get access to the surplus and gaps in the working processes. The managers introduce new plans to approximate the future workforce requirements. After a workforce plan is estimated, the company ensures that the concerned model remains valid and observes that its mentioned objectives are executed in the working process of the firm. Thus, for the purpose of work load plans, a company uses estimation techniques, models, and theoretical approaches. The planning may be done on the basis of the type of work or the method by which the work would be executed or simply on the basis of the workers who would execute the task. Example, Gantt charts and bar diagrams are often used in business firms to execute the different operational plans (Bhatia 45). Approaches of Work Allocation There are different ways to allocate work among the workers in a company:- Contractual agreements are often introduced in the operations of a business organization. In this method, the workers are given specific contracts to complete their tasks. Sometimes the skills and experiences of the workers are also judged while allocating certain jobs to them. The more important and complex the work is the greater skills are required from the workers. This is the theory of comparative advantage. Sometimes time it is also an important factor in work allocation. The workers who have the time to execute certain work in an ongoing organization are allotted new upcoming projects. (Wuttke 37). 1.2 Advantages of Work Load Planning and Work Allocations Proper work load planning and work allocation is the only key that helps to achieve operational success in a firm. The firm can successfully reduce its cost of manoeuvre in business with the efficient planning methods. Allocating the work to appropriate employees helps the firm to execute the requisite job promptly and effectively. Division of labour has always