HR 2008

Kemske, Floyd
January 1998
Workforce;Jan1998, Vol. 77, p46
Forecasts changes in the role of human resource professionals in the United States from 1998 to 2008. Collaborative work in a virtual office; Requirement of global workforce for borderless businesses; Freeing up of employees to pursue life interests and family obligations; Need for constant learning among employees; Expansion of definition of jobs. INSET: Will HR go free-lance by 2008?.


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