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What You Need to Know About the Changing Function of HR

Reflektive

See also: The real cost of performance reviews. While traditionally HR focuses on benefits and compensation, overseeing employee engagement and retention, recruitment, diversity, workplace issues, or installing new processes under budget, the new function is a strategic business unit. Unfortunately, it took a crisis of high turnover rates and low employee engagement for this fact to come to light. Read more: How to get executive buy-in for evolving performance management.

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How to Elevate HR (And Keep the C-Suite Happy)

WorkHuman

In addition to the impact on motivation, retention, and productivity, the C-suite is now keenly aware of the financial benefits of focusing on engagement and culture. In a Talent Management article last month titled “What Should CEOs Expect From HR?”

Design Over Time: The Future of Human Resource Management

Capterra

I sat down with a few industry experts to discuss the ways they’ve seen HR and talent management tech change in their time, what they expect for the future of human resource management, and how your business can be on the cutting edge of HR. HR has come a long way.