Confronting HR’s Past—Five Historical Perceptions that Do Not Stand the Test of Time

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Before HR can be successful in adding more value and driving business results today and, it must first confront its past. We all know that HR has been constrained by past perceptions, and so let’s address them directly, one by one, to determine if they are true and warranted. If we don’t do this, these beliefs and biases become even more engrained in corporate memory. The good news is that we have almost twenty years of research and thought leadership to consider. The first step is to move beyond general perceptions of HR’s value and get more specific. Five historical perceptions have been identified in Fearless HR.
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