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No. 5 The Evolution of the HR Function: COVID-19 Challenges and Opportunities
- Dec 28, 2020 12:47 pm GMT
See previous entries in this series:
The Evolution of the HR Function: COVID-19 Challenges and Opportunities. We’ve discussed several human resources specialization areas in our discussion on the evolution of the HR function during this unprecedented time. The HR business partner role, employee / labor relations, and compliance are the next areas of interest.
What the priorities are moving forward into 2021, regarding the HR business partner role, employee/labor relations, and compliance
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