HR transformation: what can you achieve if you think afresh?
January 20, 2012
As we enter a new year full of opportunities and challenges, will the HR glass be half full or half empty? One area in which HR can make huge strides through implementing HR transformational solutions.
Jeremy Campbell (pictured), chief people officer at Ceridian asks 'what does it mean?'
Find out here...
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