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January 18, 2016


Hi there Alexandra,
I think your point of view is interesting, but I can't disagree more with your post. I'm lucky enough to be part of a HR department in a company that always looks straight to HR for solid advice. Our projects lead others in that we lay the path for others to follow (such as creating a new staff intranet). I do feel that some departments don't see the value in HR professionals, but once they see the work that we conduct (management reports and payroll), they start to realise that our work lays the foundations for theirs.
It's funny how different companies feel about their HR department! Our CEO is the first one in our office when he is unsure of something and wants to run it past the Head of HR. We're seen as a reliable source of advice and information for many parts of the business, but especially the senior management team.

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