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Securing support for talent management can be a challenge for HR

Why HR hurts HR

The greatest resistance to implementing new talent management practices often comes from within HR itself, writes Marc Effron Talent management’s success relies largely on the human resource (HR) business partner in most organisations. Business partners broker the relationship with line executives and are responsible for implementing key talent management processes. […]

Employers need to prepare for new flexible working rights

Are you prepared for new flexible working rights?

Employees are able to request flexible working conditions under new laws which also place specific obligations on employers, writes Shana Schreier-Joffe Increasingly, courts, tribunals and the government are recognising that the notion of an individual working eight or more hours a day for their employer, with little or no say […]

CEOs are increasingly focusing on the value of human capital to the business. CHROs and the HR function need to be ready for this.

5 key priorities for CHROs in 2014

Chief human resources officers (CHROs) have much more strategic and complex jobs in business and should not be afraid of driving innovation in the HR function, according to a global HR expert In many ways, the CHRO is part chief HR officer, chief people officer, chief culture officer, and chief […]