HR Most Influential 2011 Research
Thursday 09 May 2013
HR Most Influential 2011 research partner Ashridge Business School shares its latest thinking and research here.
Recently, some critics have claimed that HR professionals lack business nous and are slow to adapt their policies and practices in line with changes in the world of work.
In fact if you’re an HR person, you could be forgiven for feeling a bit under siege at the moment.
The last few months have seen a whole raft of surveys suggesting that HR is not regarded as influential, is not seen by senior managers as adding value and is failing to respond to changing business needs.
There’s a debate to be had about how fair some of the flak really is. There are of course many HR professionals out there breaking boundaries and pioneering new and exciting ways of working.
But what are the key issues that should be top of HR’s agenda right now?
Here’s our ...
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