Human Resources used to be about recruiting good people, preparing them for assignments, motivating them to perform, and retaining them. Do these things well and your well-oiled machine will operate as planned. But in today's turbulent and increasingly broadening economy, HR must go beyond its traditional focus if a company is to also expand and become as far-reaching as the times are trying to take it. While the core plan of recruit, prepare, motivate, and retain is still essential, High-Impact Human Capital Strategy examines 12 critical forces that must also be evaluated and maximized if a company is to continue its success, including: globalization, changes in workforce demographics, skill shortages and mismatches in labor markets, environmental matters, and more. Readers will learn how to design human capital programs that:- Incorporate each of the 12 critical forces into an effective overall plan- Connect with business measures- Achieve positive ROI- Ensure critical talent is in place- Boost engagement- Address workfe balance and other social issues- Reduce the need to outsourceComplete with case studies and step-by-step guidelines to help you move beyond the traditional focus of Human Resources, the indispensable plans of attack found in High-Impact Human Capital deliver measurable value in the face of ongoing challenges that are not going away.
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