HR is the heart of the business

January 1997
Workforce;Jan1997, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p16
Presents the results of the `Personnel Journal' survey in October 1996 on how human resource (HR) professionals functions. Percentage of those who agrees that HR is the voice of reason in an organization; Percentage who considers HR is the organization's soul; Percent think HR has an impact on positive morale.


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