How HR Made a Difference: Three Studies

October 2001
Workforce;Oct2001, Vol. 80 Issue 10, p46
Presents several case studies on how human resource (HR) departments helped companies to lower their productivity cost and meet sales expectations. How the HR department of BGA International helped the company deal with workforce issues related to the introduction and operation of a new equipment; Significance of the intervention of the organizational development group of Tucson Electric Power in helping the company achieve its sales expectations.


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