The HR Executive’s Agenda: Benchmark 2005 (An Aberdeen Group Report)

Hiring and retaining top talent is the driving concern of human capital management (HCM) professionals today. This Aberdeen Group report, compliments of Lawson, reviews and analyzes data on human resources (HR) business pressures, technology directions, use of outsourcing and distinguishes the difference in workforce management strategies and their success levels.
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