Individuals who chose to become HR professionals frequently made that decision to help people attain their career goals. The HR professional is often seen as the liaison between the organization’s management and the employees. Most HR professionals would rather work with people instead of numbers.
As organizations have become increasingly more complex via global expansion and mergers and acquisitions, and as the sophistication level and knowledge base of employees has exploded, the HR community has often not kept pace.
Years ago, HR professionals were often satisfied to just do their jobs. They knew all the many facets of their positions and were not that interested in being a strategic partner with other management in the organization. This is no longer the case. HR professionals are becoming increasingly aware that they must be more visible, viable members of the team. They also want to enhance their reputations as competent, well-rounded, knowledgeable employees and members of management.
When HR professionals can speak the language of business, their peers and superiors within the organization will include them in the organizational decision-making process.
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