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Human Resource Planning for the 21st Century

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Human Resource Planning for the 21st Century

Human Resource Planning for the 21st Century

This book, Human Resource Planning for the 21st Century, tackles the current trends of human resource management and human resource planning while highlighting certain roles that HR professionals are involved in.

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