- September 27, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
When it comes to human resources many business leaders have had a mixed experience at best. It is not often that HR and business performance are used in the same sentence and it would be safe to say that many CEO’s and business owners see little value in what HR can bring. Yet since the pandemic began, business leaders have relied heavily on their HR leader to support them in managing the significant workforce challenges they have faced. Business survival led to a far greater focus on the employee with a realisation that talent was, and still is, one of the greatest contributors to business value.
Josh Bersin through a year long research project, identified 94 business capabilities that define how HR professionals perform. He found that among all the factors that contribute to employee experience and productivity, the capabilities of HR were one of the strongest contributors. He goes on to describe the positive correlations between a strong HR leader…