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Can one manager really replace an entire HR team?

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HC Online | 29 Oct 2015, 07:04 AM Agree 0
Research shows the majority of HR leaders fear their skills will be deemed redundant in the future – but they’re fighting back.
  • Catherine Cahill, Worksense Solutions | 29 Oct 2015, 02:45 PM Agree 0
    Individual Managers make a big difference to how well their team works.

    I have worked with many successful entreprenuers. The truly great ones seem to instinctively know how to bring their people with them through the ups & downs of start-ups.

    But once the organisation grows past the size where it is possible for the Leader to really know every employee, either they trust their people to the styles of individual managers, or they consciously build the people culture they want.

    Great HR helps Leaders to build the vision, passion and values that they used to build the organisation, into the very DNA of the growing organisation.

    That's the choice business can make: consciously create your culture or trust your luCk!
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