The CEO needs you

Caudron, Shari
June 1997
Workforce;Jun97, Vol. 76 Issue 6, p62
Discusses information that the human resources (HR) are the key to make profits. How chief executive officers (CEO) view the employees as assets; Factors that lead to the success of corporate performance according to CEO; HR's challenge of reshaping America's organizations to release the productivity of employees. INSETS: How to sell your value.;Who are HR's customers?.;CEOs talk to their peers..


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