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Addressing 2015’s No. 1 business challenge:

HR Times

Nearly nine out of 10 (87 percent) of the 3,300+ business and HR leaders surveyed consider culture and engagement issues to be “important; 50 percent say they’re “very important” — double the results in 2014. In fact, employment statistics show a near perfect negative (-96%) correlation between low unemployment and high “quit level” among surveyed employees from January 2001 to January 2015 (Figure 1). See my previous post on candidate relationship management.)

7 Reasons Why it is a Great Time to be in Human Resources!

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Perhaps the most strident, recent criticism comes from management guru, Ram Charan (whom I admire), in the July-August, 2014 issue of the Harvard Business Review. Ram advocated splitting human resources down the middle, giving the administrative portion to Finance and redefining HR’s focus on developing the talent capabilities of the organization. CEOs want and need a trusted talent management and organizational capability leader at their side.