HR crucial for universities to survive budget cuts

Churchard, Claire
October 2009
People Management;10/8/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 21, p7
The article reports on the important role that the human resources (HR) will play in the growth of profit in the higher education sector in the midst of budget cuts in the public sector in Great Britain, according to Michael Moore, chair of Universities Human Resources (UHR). He said that recruiting and developing better leaders would be critical to maintaining universities' incomes. UHR is developing a framework which can be used to benchmark their core activities in support of HR professionals.


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