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The Question of Accountability

By Gay Miller
Human Capital is the only asset that has the potential to appreciate in value whereas most assets depreciate over time. There two key groups that impact the value of your people and both must be business savvy in order to understand how to leverage this asset for the best results possible. They are Managers and Human Resource Professionals.

HR Outsourcing Can Help Reduce Turnover and Ensure Long-Term, Productive Employees

By Ari Rosenstein
Employee turnover is expensive! Human Resources Outsourcing firms can implement successful orientation and training programs to help reduce turnover and ensure long term, productive employees. This article presents 33 tips to help reduce your turnover rate and to save your company money.

Human Resources Career Growth

By Sally Alkazin
Demand for HR professionals is expected to grow much faster than average in the next decade compared to other fields, according to the latest statistics from the U.S. Government Bureau of Labor Statistics. Overall employment in this sector - including HR, training, and labor relations managers and specialists occupations - is set to grow 22% between 2008 and 2018.