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HRD Neil Morrison: "Sitting in the HR department bitching is not going to change anything"

HR Editorial , 24 Jan 2013

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For HR to be more effective it needs "to be more human", says Neil Morrison, HR director of publishers, Random House.

He continued: "We need to get out and talk, interact, spend time with people, we need to be empathetic and understanding, we need to feel. Sitting in the HR department bitching is not going to change anything."

Morrison discusses his 10-point agenda for change in HR in an article on his influential, Change-Effect blog.

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