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Secure the Right HR Business Partner Manager for the Future


Last week, I shared the job description for the People Analytics Leader (you can download the job description template for your use here). This week, I do the same for the strategic and data-driven HR Business Partner Manager ( template available here ). In my forthcoming research on people analytics enablement, I spoke with numerous organizations that reported less than 25% of their HRBPs understood the businesses they support.

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Retaining the Millennial Workforce and Why It Matters

HR Daily Advisor

In just the past year, Millennials surpassed Baby Boomers as the nation’s largest living generation and started inching their way to making up the majority of the workforce. For HR professionals, this shift in the workforce can create a challenge, as Millennials are known for job hopping more than previous generations. High turnover such as this can affect the morale of a company, as well as the bottom line.


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The HR Business Partner is (Still) the Hottest Job in HR (i4cp login required)


Many powerful ideas are shaping the jobs of HR professionals and, rightfully so, attracting much attention. Consider, for example, the impact of network analysis – methodologies to gain insights into social and information-transfer relationships - useful for improving organization effectiveness, enhancing leadership development, understanding inclusion patterns, providing guidance for managing the onboarding process, and other applications.

300+ Women Leaders in HR! These Women in HR Bring a Unique Blend of People & Strategic Skills.


This is largely because we believe it’s a great resource for business owners (and others working within the HR function) to gather ideas from the insights and articles they share, enabling followers to improve their own business practices. Companies that have women in leadership roles have traditionally fared better than their counterparts,” – The Benefit of More Women in Leadership Roles, a , Member of the board/Survey team leader, Fontes Vad?bas