HR may have new role teaching Canadians how to work less
HR managers will soon have to learn to ask their employees to ‘let go’ and work less, turning the traditional goal of the HR function on its head.
THE CHANGE MASTER
SVP, human resources
Indigo Books & Music Inc.
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