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Core HR: Why and How

Article | Author: SuccessFactors, an SAP company | Published: June 30, 2015
Many organizations today need to manage talent globally. Is yours one of them? The cultural, geographic, linguistic, and structural silos that divide global enterprises are smaller obstacles than ever if you have the right technology. Cloud ... Read more
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Partnership 101: Consulting with Experts

Blog | Author: Ankita Poddar | Source: HCI | Published: June 26, 2015

The title HR Business Partner can be extremely confusing. It has many of us thinking that our partnership is limited to the business, but it is just the beginning. The role of an HR Business Partner is to bring order in a world of chaos -much of which is the result of our own doing.

 

 

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HR Trends and Priorities for 2015

Article | Source: McLean & Company | Published: June 16, 2015
Each year, McLean & Company surveys professionals to reveal top HR priorities and emerging HR trends. The results of this annual survey will inform our upcoming research agenda. This Research Is Designed For: HR and non-HR leaders looking ... Read more
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Should HR Be Visible or Invisible?

Blog | Author: Rita Trehan | Source: HCI | Published: June 12, 2015

There is a worldwide stigma attached to HR that stays with us despite our best efforts. The negative PR image is that we’re stodgy bureaucrats who exist merely to stand in the way by pushing paperwork instead of progress. As we work as an practice to alleviate this negative stigma, we understand that there are two highly-beneficial ways to break this horrible image: create processes that are seamless where we work in the background, or place ourselves in the role of problem solver, standing in front of the C-suite team to lead from the front.

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