Video: Benchmarking HR roles and responsibilities
XpertHR authors and editors talk to group editor David Shepherd about the eighth annual IRS survey of HR roles and responsibilities, which finds HR practitioners generally pleased with how they have come through the recession and the challenges of the previous 12 months:
- Part 1: Measuring HR effectiveness - Employment relations editor Noelle Murphy outlines the key findings of the survey and explains how they help measure and monitor the effectiveness of HR
- Part 2: HR strategy and HR budgets - Benchmarking editor Michael Carty discusses issues arising from a more detailed breakdown of the findings, based on the XpertHR benchmarking service
- Part 3: Rewarding HR professionals - Head of salary surveys and benchmarking Mark Crail talks through the latest data on HR remuneration and gives a longer term perspective
- Part 4: The HR year ahead - The whole panel discusses what the research tells us about likely HR trends in the year ahead
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More resources on this topic from XpertHR
- HR roles and responsibilities 2010: survey analysis Read the summary analysis by employment relations editor Noelle Murphy.
- HR roles and responsibilities: full survey data View and interrogate the entire survey dataset on the XpertHR benchmarking service, building your own queries and creating your own reports to download in Excel format.
- HR salaries and benefits survey Find out more about the HR/personnel salary survey, from XpertHR salary surveys.
XpertHR weekly podcast Listen to this XpertHR podcast for an interview with employment relations editor Noelle Murphy on the 2010 roles and responsibilities survey.
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