Demoralised HR staff quit delayered firms

Littlefield, David
March 1997
People Management;03/06/97, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p8
Reports why the rise of the flatter organisation is pushing growing numbers of personnel professionals on to the job market. Status of human resource (HR)'s morale; Need of HR input in a flatter structures; Results of Roffey Park Management Institute's study on organizational structure. INSET: Case study: Sun Microsystems..


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