Identifying and implementing workforce strategies in a challenging global economy is a high-priority issue for top executives.
To be successful, human resource professionals and business leaders together must grapple with the many variables that affect the organization’s ability to attain its strategic objectives.
They must develop quantitative and qualitative approaches to efficiently and effectively attract, engage and retain human capital.
The HR function, more than other functions, is involved in and affects the operation and execution of all the other business functions. This is identified most readily in HR’s enterprise-wide staffing responsibility, but extends to the entire life-cycle of employment. The HR function intersects and affects the other business functions in the following areas: