Too close to the client?

Holbeche, Linda
December 1998
People Management;12/24/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 25, p25
Warns that human resource professionals working as internal consultants may damage their credibility if they become too responsive to line managers' agendas. Research conducted by Roffrey Park; Importance of internal consultancy; How to boost employees' credibility.


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