Introducing the Flexible HR Department

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Introducing the Flexible HR Department

Expand and Contract your HR Department Without Committing to Headcount

The drive for ideal business performance while maintaining cost efficiency can quickly hit a hard wall when faced with the reality of running an HR department. In addition to the demanding day-to-day requirements of talent acquisition, total rewards, benefits, and learning and development, HR departments often find themselves needing to step up to handle one-time or short-term initiatives such as establishing a new HRIS, building an employee engagement program, or leading the integration as a result of a new acquisition.

This gives HR leaders a dilemma: is it worth staffing up with additional headcount knowing it may not be a permanent need?

There is an effective alternative that removes the risk of investing in headcount while also benefiting from bringing in qualified and energizing talent: HR contractors.

By incorporating contractors into the HR organizational framework, HR leaders can effectively tap into specialized skills for specific projects, optimize resource allocation, energize with a fresh perspective and domain expertise, and maintain financial prudence without the burden of permanent headcount.

Among the clear benefits of turning to contractors are:

  • Access to specialized skills
  • A fresh perspective and external insights
  • Flexibility in your planning
  • Generated savings: both budget and resources
  • Test talent before hiring
  • Keep your core team intact

New White Paper from Rosen Group on Contractor Services

Take a deep dive into the benefits of contractor services and request your white paper. Contact Us to request a copy today!

Rosen Group Gives You Options

Give yourself a strategic advantage in getting to goal with HR contractors who: can provide specialized skills and knowledge that may not be readily available within your existing team; bring a fresh perspective and external insights that can enrich the HR department’s problem-solving capabilities; and minimize the impact on your headcount budget. Rosen Group offers HR professionals with experience in recruiting, compensation, benefits, HR tech, payroll, labor Relations, learning and development, DEI, and employee relations. Contact us today.

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19 Tips To Develop Stronger Leaders And Transform Company Culture

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Forbes Human Resources Council

Develop Stronger Leaders and Transform Company Culture

Employers today are faced with the challenge of nurturing leaders, managing change and fostering a culture that aligns with their vision and values. These practices have become paramount for organizations striving to thrive and adapt.

Here, 19 Forbes Human Resources Council members share some of the best practices employers can implement to tackle these critical areas. From leveraging the power of coaching to navigating change with finesse and instigating a culture shift that resonates, these experts explore actionable strategies that can pave the way for organizational success.

1. Have A Clear Set Of Corporate Values

Good leadership is underpinned by a fact-based objective and constructive communication style. Having a clear set of corporate values around interpersonal discussion—for instance, highlighting the need to get to facts before judgment, to value accountability over “rightness” and to stay constructive—can help with all three of the above demands. – Eric Friedman, eSkill Read more

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The Keys to Unlocking Your Ideal HR Career Transition

A practical guide for those in an HR career transition period or who are preparing for one

prepared and presented by The Rosen Group

The Rosen Group, your key for premier HR Staffing, has prepared this whitepaper for those who are currently in a career transition or are preparing for one. Below is an excerpt for review. If you would like a copy of this whitepaper, please email

The Keys to Unlocking Your Ideal HR Career Transition

In today’s uncertain job market, finding your best, next HR position requires both a strategic and disciplined approach. As organizations continue to recognize the pivotal role HR plays in shaping company culture, talent management, and employee engagement, the demand for skilled HR professionals has never been more essential. Matching your interests, aptitudes, experience and desired company culture is a win-win for both you and your next organization.

Add this white paper to your compass in the journey towards your next HR role. Whether you’re an experienced HR professional seeking to advance your career to the next level or in career transition right this moment, this guide aims to equip you with valuable insights and actionable strategies.

Drawing from industry expertise and real-world experiences, we’ll delve into some of the approaches that encompass both traditional and contemporary methods of job searching.

Embarking on a new chapter in your HR journey requires preparation, adaptability, and a profound understanding of your own skill set and requirements. With the insights provided in this guide, you’ll be better equipped to not only find your next job in Human Resources but to also position yourself for long-term success in this dynamic and noble field.

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How 4 leading CHROs are turning to generative AI to boost HR efficiency

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Human Resource Executive

By Dawn Kawamoto

October 16, 2023

A hybrid workforce typically refers to the blend of in-person and remote work, but the concept is also increasingly evolving to include the fusion of humans and non-humans—digital assistants fueled by generative AI—in the workplace.

And it’s largely HR leaders who are navigating these changes, according to a panel of chief HR officers who spoke last week during the HR Technology Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas.

Despite the challenges this new responsibility is bringing to HR—from developing guidelines for the usage of the technology in the workplace to helping leaders retain the “human element” as they tap the tech—the leaders agreed generative AI is introducing new efficiencies to their role so they can focus on more high-value work.

“The intersection between AI and HR is having an impact on the workplace,” says Archana Arcot, a panelist and chief people officer of Unifi. “The revolution is happening so fast.”

Ways CHROs are using generative AI

Lani Montoya, CHRO of Pernod Ricard’s North America operations, relies on generative AI to reduce administrative tasks that do not contribute significant value to her role, such as delivering information to employees and assisting with compliance issues.

This enables her and her team to be more efficient, she says.

“We started to look into AI four or five years ago, but only in the last year it’s come into HR,” Montoya says, adding that generative AI is helping HR accomplish more work with less reliance on consultants. “It’s changed the way we work.”

Efficiency has also been a payoff for Tracie Sponenberg, chief people officer of The Granite Group. She uses ChatGPT as a thought partner to help get a jump start on writing complex emails or developing survey questions. She has even embedded it into her Google Docs and Google Sheets.

“I love bright, shiny things,” says Sponenberg, who puts ChatGPT into that category. Read more