HR Roles & Responsibilities: 5 Roles Modern HR Professionals Play

| June 12, 2018

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In recent years, there has been a drastic change in the way the human resources field has evolved. There was a time when the HR professionals’ role was constrained to hiring, firing and payroll. In recent times, HR roles have have diversified to include more of talent management responsibilities, thereby ensuring that they develop and maintain a corporate culture resulting in the success of the organization in the face of ever-intensifying competition. Today, more than ever, modern HR professionals are required to have an in depth knowledge about the organization’s core competencies.

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