What the CEO Needs from Human Resources

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The current economic environment has forced chief executive officers (CEOs) to focus almost all of their attention on revenues and profitability. They must be very aware of what competitors are doing—and competitors can be anywhere in the world. And, they need to be aware of changing regulations and tax issues. Find out what executives need from human resources (HR) to make well-informed decisions about their workforce.

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Analytics, Analytics, Analytics: The Future of HR

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