Time & Attendance
By Staff Report
Dec. 7, 2015
As workplaces become more complex, the role of the human resources department has evolved from a tactical to a strategic one. No longer tasked with only ensuring compliance, today’s HR has a seat at the executive table, with CHROs being asked to take on more bottom-line responsibility.1 tasked with both improving workplace culture and increasing innovation within the organization. Aided by the latest technology, today’s HR aims to help the business achieve its operational goals.
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