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From Reactive to Proactive: High Impact Strategic HR

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From Reactive to Proactive: High Impact Strategic HR
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776819026
Number of pages: 60

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HR departments are being asked to 'be more strategic' and help contribute to the bottom-line more than ever before. What does 'being strategic' mean? How can an HR department add more value to the organization? How can they get and keep a place at the Executive table? This straight-talking book will explain strategic HR, what it is and what it does.

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