HR Manager's Blog: How Does an HR Department Demonstrate Return on Investment?Posted in : HR Updates on 16 August 2010
Nicola Shaw is the HR Manager at BDO in Belfast (the fifth largest accountancy network in the world). She has agreed to write a regular HR diary column for Legal-Island’s HR email service that reflects her experiences in the job. Feel free to enter the debate and let us know your concerns, thoughts or successes in your HR role. Today’s article is entitled:
How Does an HR Department Demonstrate Return on Investment?
Working within the Finance and Accountancy sector, it was only ever going to be a matter of time before I was drawn into accountancy terminology in work and then counting sheep in my sleep! We’re used to hearing
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