The best-performing HR departments are harvesting big data so their leaders arrive at the proverbial top table with insights about pivotal roles, critical skills and gaps, says Harry Osle, global HR transformation and advisory practice leader at The Hackett Group. Read More
Some companies are choosing to do away with traditional HR departments and divvy up the duties to other departments, but not everyone agrees that's such a good idea.Read More
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A certificate isn't enough in today's business climate, in which expectations of human resources professionals have never been higher, experts say.
How is peer review defined? Do we need it?
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A new survey notes that with advances in technology, human resources managers will have time away from administrative tasks to help their CEOs with big-picture questions, though one expert contends that things haven't changed much.
The new CEO aims to turn the company around by fixing its people problems.
Some believe the league is tossing up a brick with reliance on annuities, calling it a 'solution of last resort.'