Strategic Human Resource Development Plan

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EXEQSERVE CORPORATION COMPANY X STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT PLAN A Proposal by Edwin C. Ebreo HR Development Consultant COMPANY X STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A s Company X continue to grow, the need to establish a more mature HR Development Program that responds to the company’s need to succeed in an ever toughening market becomes apparent. HR Development Programs are important in keeping the workers aligned with the goals of the organization. A good Strategic HRD plan helps managers see a clear line of sight between organizational goals, the competencies the employees need to demonstrate and what they as managers need to do in order to encourage and support the acquisition and…show more content…
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