How to Build the Ideal HR Team

How to Build the Ideal HR Team

Your resource to understanding where to invest resources as you build your own version of an ideal HR team.

In this guide, we’ll:

  • Outline an approach to building an HR team around three key functions: Talent Acquisition, Benefits Administration and HR Operations
  • Dive into the responsibilities of each function and the key metrics that drive their success
  • Consider when, where and why to invest in HCM technology

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