HR Biz Links: How to Retain Your Human Capital Within Your Company’s HR Department

The current business environment is grueling and demanding. This requires a great deal of skill and talented workers around the globe, which means Human Resources (HR) is being stretched and pulled every which way to meet challenging goals within unprecedented financial restraints.

The day to day operations of doing more with less has become the modus operandi in most businesses and business arenas, more so in human resources divisions.

The following survey is intended to survey the areas in which you might find opportunities to invest in the human capital within your company’s HR department to be more widely recognized as business-critical partners (i.e. administrative assistant, HR assistant, HR supervisor, office manager).

Please click here to take the short survey.

Based on SHRM’s 2010 research findings of trends affecting the HR profession, HR professionals in nearly half of organizations surveyed reported that the biggest investment challenge during the next ten years will be optimizing human capital investments. Often times when we think of human capital investment we often think
of all employees, which may be rightly so. However, have you ever thought of how the administrative assistant, HR assistant, and those in pay roll are managing to stay afloat in this grueling business environment, to carry out the mission of the company?

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Posted by Vanessa Blakley on Jan 26 2011. Filed under Business, Viewpoints. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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