HR model: dream or nightmare?

White, Graham
January 2011
People Management;1/13/2011, p14
The author considers the application of a business partner model in personnel management in Great Britain. He relates a dream he had about his finance director who wanted the reorganize his department. He mentions the results of a public opinion poll conducted by Roffey Park concerning the views of human resources (HR) managers on business partnership. He believes that partnership fails to challenge as well as support the business.


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