People First: When HR is Truly an Agent for the Employees

What if HR was all about people and all about helping you?

Find out what it takes for that to be true.

Here’s some key topics covered from this episode:

My naive hope for HR professionals

An emotive argument in favour of HR

My research that reveals a side of HR that no one talks about

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Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: 

HR have the power to influence the values of the organisation.

Successful HR leaders were the ones who by their own standards were able to protect employees.”

HR leaders feel like the work is a calling

“I spoke to a lot of people who were personally invested In the business, for these HR Leaders.. it wasn’t just a job.”

HR are focused on being more human

“HR Leaders are in the people business; but they aren’t always considered to be people.”

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