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A Darwinian Approach To HR Leadership
Posted: 2011-09-15 By David Wexler
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They talked about how HR is the last place they would go to for confidential and valued advice; they talked about how HR is not trusted; they talked about how HR is viewed as a corporate pet; they talked about how HR contributes little to help them be successful; and they talked with cynicism about public employer recognition garnered by their HR team and how different the reality was.
If we are honest with ourselves, this is not news to us. We've been hearing about "Bad HR" for years. In my own experience, I recall hearing from the CFO of a multi-national that I'd joined, that.....
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