Skills and Competencies for The Contemporary Human Resource Practitioner: A Synthesis Of The Academic, Industry and Employers' Perspectives

@article{Mcdonnell2017SkillsAC,
  title={Skills and Competencies for The Contemporary Human Resource Practitioner: A Synthesis Of The Academic, Industry and Employers' Perspectives},
  author={Leanne Mcdonnell and Leanne Arif Sikander},
  journal={The Journal of Developing Areas},
  year={2017},
  volume={51},
  pages={101 - 83}
}
  • Leanne Mcdonnell, Leanne Arif Sikander
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Developing Areas
  • ABSTRACT:New developments in technologies and global changes in business environment have placed demands on the HR professionals to acquire new competencies and skills. The role of Human Resources Management (HRM) and the Human Resources practitioner has long been discussed within the walls of academia and in the practical work environment. "Over time, the HR practitioner has taken on new roles and responsibilities in order to meet increasing expectations around the value-add of the Human… CONTINUE READING
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