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The New Breed of HR Is Not Satisfied with the Status Quo

Workforce subscribers initiate new HR programs and strategies.

May 8, 1999
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It's not business as usual in today's organizations. The new breed of HR decision maker recognizes the need to challenge the status quo.

Subscriber Satisfied with the Status Quo

All Workforce Subscribers

Yes

20%

No

80

Source: Workforce Subscriber Study, Beta Research Corp., 1996.

 

CEO Relies on Workforce Subscriber

The CEO relies on the new breed of HR decision maker to provide solutions to business problems faced by the company. The new breed takes action now -- often before a problem arises.

CEO Looks to Subscriber for Workforce Solutions

All Workforce Subscribers

Yes

76%

No

25

Source: Workforce Subscriber Study, Beta Research Corp., 1996.

 

Workforce Subscribers Initiate Change

There's a strong correlation between the new breed of HR decision makers and CEOs who expect HR to be proactive. The new breed of HR decision maker seeks out the responsibility for making the business better and then fulfills the CEO's expectations.

Subscriber Initiated Program or Strategy

All Workforce Subscribers

Yes

76%

No

25

Source: Workforce Subscriber Study, Beta Research Corp., 1996.

 

Workforce Subscribers Implement Successful Programs

The new breed of HR decision maker gets HR programs and strategies implemented -- and implemented successfully.

Success of New Program or Strategy

Workforce Subscribers Initiating New Program or Strategy

New Program/Strategy Implemented

 

  • Yes

94%

  • No

6

 

 

New Program/Strategy Fulfilled Objectives

 

  • Yes

94

  • No

6

Source: Workforce Subscriber Study, Beta Research Corp., 1996.

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