From supportive to strategic: the new role of HR

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As the future of work evolves, a strategic approach – one that connects HR outcomes to business results, powered by smart and personalized technology – is likely to help companies win the war for talent and gain a competitive advantage. To achieve long-term objectives HR needs to be a key player in the organization's strategic planning process.  Over the last decade, the nature of HR has evolved to be a strategic function of the business. It was once largely an administrative function focused on day-to-day responsibilities such as employee recruiting and selection and managing employee benefits.  Now, the role that HR plays in attracting, developing and engaging talent is pivotal to the success of the organization.
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