In a recent article Stanton Chase addressed the flow of information between the vice president of human resources and the CEO. There is a lot of evidence that the vice president of human resources is growing in importance and in competitive advantage. The mere shift in terminology used says volumes about the value placed on the role. Many companies now embrace the role of human resources at the boardroom table, reflected in the title of “Chief Human Resource Officer."
However, across industries, there has been an increasingly high level of turnover among CHROs. The main contributor to the rate of turnover is due to unclear job descriptions and expectations. Often organizations do not outline how the vice president of human resources will fit within the organization.
The full article is published on Stanton Chase’s website. Read the full article.