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The writer argues that the jobs of human source execs needs to be redefined to fulfill the aggressive demanding situations firms face at the present time and into the long run. He offers a framework that identifies 4 specific roles of human source pros: strategic participant, administrative professional, worker champion, and alter agent.
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