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Johnson, Rebecca
July 2008
People Management;7/10/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 14, p20
The article focuses on the changes in job titles that are believed to reflect the wider remit of senior human resources people. According to Linda Holbeche, CIPD director of research and policy, this is a new trend that is caused by several organization's effort to give greater recognition to the profession. Others who are presently in the extended job position say that the experience puts them at the heart of the organization in terms of political direction and guides them to bring people in.


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