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The CFO's Role in HR

CFOs can help free up the time and money needed for HR leadership to acquire the expertise they need

16Jan

With the economy picking up speed, it is critical that human resources (HR) functions take a strategic role within organizations.  Responsible for hiring, tracking, training, and educating employees, HR functions are tasked with many challenges on a daily basis.

And they are feeling the squeeze. In a recent study, HR managers reported that keeping up with these day-to-day functions has been hindering their ability to make HR a strategic function for the organization. Focusing only on the now is not an option for companies looking to grow. With opportunities like Big Data and gamification, CFOs need to ensure that their organizations are able to maximize productivity and keep up with the competition. CFOs can help free up the time and money needed for HR leadership to acquire the expertise they need for the organization’s future.

With visibility into cost structures across the company, CFOs can work with HR to help your company maximize profitability, growth, and shareholder value.

This eBook will cover topics like:

  • Problems HR is facing today and how, if overlooked, these issues can threaten your bottom line;
  • The shared goals of the finance and HR functions;
  • How to start better understanding and working with your HR functions to achieve success for your company.

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