Core HR: Becoming a True Business Partner

Core HR is the essential (if not the most glamorous) component of an organization's human capital management strategy. And what successful companies understand is that core HR lays the foundation for not just compliance, but employee engagement and business success. Based on data from nearly 300 organizations, this Aberdeen Research Brief examines how core HR service delivery is linked to true HR/business partnership.
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