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The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship?
HR and finance haven't exactly had the warmest and fuzziest of relationships in the past, but the latest evidence suggests the two functions need each other more than ever today -- and that interdependence is likely to grow in the future.
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HR's Make-or-Break Moment
Many HR leaders welcome the opportunity to be invited to the early stage strategic planning on an acquisition but they aren't sure where to insert themselves or how to provide value. Understanding the first steps of the deal process and where HR can help provide needed guidance is the key.
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An HR Icon Reflects on Retirement
Randy MacDonald talks about his decision to step down as senior vice president of HR for IBM, his preparation beforehand, and the profession he has championed -- and critiqued -- throughout his career.
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HR Plays the Outside Board Game
The recent election of Gap Inc. HR chief Eva Sage-Gavin to the board of directors of an outside company is the latest example of HR executives following this path. HR leaders not only have much to offer outside boards, they and their employers also benefit from them doing so, experts say.
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A Dynamic Duo
HR-and-marketing partnerships are evolving, as organizations recognize their immense potential for positively impacting recruitment, engagement and branding initiatives.
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Differing Views on Innovation
Recent research shows a gap between leaders' view of their work in leading innovation and how employees view leadership's efforts in this area. Experts urge HR professionals to help managers break out of "decision-making mode," and coach them on encouraging original, innovative ideas from employees.
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Winners and Losers, 2012 Edition
After much deliberation, here is HRE's list of this year's winners and losers in the world of HR.
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Getting Veterans Back to Work
Emily King, vice president of The Buller Group, based in Herndon, Va., is an expert on the challenges military veterans and their employers face when transitioning into the civilian workforce. In honor of Veterans Day, we asked the award-winning author and speaker for advice on how HR leaders can do right by their veteran employees.
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Election's Impact on HR
Experts look at the presidential hopefuls' positions on employment-related issues and weigh in on what a win by either candidate could mean for employers and HR in the next four years.
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Buyer Behavior Changing HRO Market
The HRO market is aligning to meet the buyer's needs through alliances and partnerships. Buyers can now define their longer-term vision, and they can pick and choose the order of the building blocks by HR process priority.
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Cream of the Crop
The editors of Human Resource Executive® announce their choices for the top HR products of 2012, with winning solutions touching on areas such as candidate screening, performance management, coaching and workforce analytics.
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Past Winners
This article accompanies Leading the Talent of Tomorrow.
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Designed for Failure
Getting to "Yes" and then documenting that "Yes" can be an exhausting experience. From provider identification through requests for proposal, evaluation of bids, selection of the ultimate service provider and contract negotiations and settlement, the road can be long and tortuous.
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The 2012 HR Honor Roll
This article accompanies Leading the Talent of Tomorrow.
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Steady at the Helm
Michelle Kirby, CHRO at Texas Health Resources, draws on many strengths as she guides her department and organization through a changing healthcare landscape.
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With pushes from Washington to increase veteran hiring, now is the perfect time to consider the merits of vets in civilian jobs and the work that needs to be done to ensure they play a vital role in today's workforce.
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