Time & Attendance
By Staff Report
Jul. 29, 2013
Dear First Step on New Journey:
Congratulations on your promotion. The path from administrative HR to strategic HR is meaningful. The fact that you have gained knowledge, skills and tools within administrative HR to date is important. It will allow you to be a subject matter expert in the day-to-day operations of HR. While you may feel compelled to go to what you know best in administrative HR, especially when your team has challenges, you must do your best to be strategic as well. The success of your HR department will depend upon your ability to efficiently and effectively balance administrative HR with strategic HR.
By following the specific steps below, you will quickly get up to speed and be able to apply the strategic aspects of HR Management:
Source: Dana E. Jarvis, School of Leadership and Professional Advancement, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, July 17, 2013
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