What HR can learn from IT

| February 9, 2017

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IT departments are pioneers in workplace automation, always one step ahead when it comes to service management. Their ability to filter employees’ requests through the organization’s automated systems leads to efficiently resolved issues. It’s rare that an employee waits longer than a day for computer issues, or other IT issues, to be addressed. But the same can’t be said for traditional human resource departments.

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