Learning the language of business

June 2003
Employee Benefit News;Jun2003, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p26
Interviews Robert Mathis, a human resource (HR)/benefits educator, about the threats and opportunities faced by HR/benefits professionals in the U.S. Importance of cost-benefit measurement; Expertise required to become a business partner; Example of how HR/benefits becomes a value center. INSET: Are you a business partner?.


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