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TEC has expanded its HR Evaluation Center to include all the latest software in human capital management (HCM). The new online center, called HCM Evaluation Center , already has hundreds of evaluation projects per week with 75 HR vendors participating. The Evaluation Center includes these main functional areas ( including all point solutions ): Human resource management (HRM) Talent management (TM) Learning management (LMS) Incentive and compensation management (I&CM) To participate, complete our brief
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Improving HR through Business Process Outsourcing
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