La gestión del capital humano al descubierto

March 2009
Capital Humano;Mar2009, Vol. 22 Issue 230, p28
The article discusses keys to effective human resources management. It explains that a flexible workforce able to respond to rapidly changing conditions is essential in times of crisis. The article also highlights the importance of developing future leaders within an organization. Further, it notes that human resources management is not fully integrated with business objectives in most organizations.


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