Off the cuff

February 1997
Workforce (10928332);Feb97, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p15
Presents several readers' views about the issue on whether human resource (HR) professionals of the future need more specialist or generalist skills. Kay Howland, HR Manager of Jaquith Industries stating that HR personnels with generalist skills will be the survivors; Sherry Ann Kavaler, Director of Personnel of the City of New York Fire Department emphasizing on the need for future HR pros to become specialists; Jeff Seidman, Director of HR Hoffmaster stressing on people strategy.


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