How to Make HR a Profit Center

February 2001
Workforce;Feb2001, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p14
Addresses several questions that are related to work force and human resource (HR) departments. Proposal for operating an HR department as a profit-and-loss center on its own; Bickering and complaints of employees; Outlook regarding human resources profession.


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