Unlock the True Power of Human Resources

February 26, 2018

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Now, more than ever, executives are taking notice of HR's unique ability to be true difference makers in their organizations. Once consumed by everyday transactional tasks, HR pros are breaking free and turning their attention to motivating and developing people and adding strategic value on critical issues across the employee lifespan.

To help HR professionals make the most of this moment, Paycor has launched the HR Center of Excellence - and we can't wait to share it with you. We've taken insights from user group sessions, one-on-one interviews with HR professionals and business leaders and analyzed our own proprietary data to create an interactive resource center that will educate and inspire you on your journey to HR excellence.

HR and recruiting influencer Tim Sackett recently highlighted the HR Center of Excellence on his blog, Fistful of Talent. In it, he describes the importance of using the HR Center of Excellence to first understand who your HR department is and the steps needed to lead your team on the path to excellence.

We're working with Tim to create content on the topics that matter most to our clients, like attracting and developing talent. Stay tuned to the HR Center of Excellence Resource Center for more insights from one of the most knowledgeable experts in the world of recruiting and hiring.

Check out what Tim had to say here.

Click here to start exploring the HR Center of Excellence Resource Center.

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