ICYMI: It's Time for HR to Put on a 'Sales' Hat
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ICYMI: It's Time for HR to Put on a 'Sales' Hat

November 8, 2019

ICYMI: It's Time for HR to Put on a 'Sales' Hat

Cornerstone Editors

Editor's Note: In today's fast-paced news cycle, we know it's difficult to keep up with the latest and greatest in HR. To make sure you're updated, we're recapping our most popular stories every month in our "In Case You Missed It" series. Keep reading for October's top stories!

4 Ways HR Needs to Think Like Sales

When a sales team is pitching a new client, they make a strong case for how their product will drive the client's business by increasing revenue, reducing expense and improving market share. Here are four reasons why it's time for HR to take a page out of the sales book.

Companies are beginning to recognize the benefits of a diverse workforce, hiring program leads and recruiters with the specific task of increasing inclusion initiatives. We talked to three individuals working to improve diversity to learn more about their daily work, current initiatives and best advice.

As much as business needs' change, employees' lives change too: people get married, move to new cities and change careers. How can you prepare for these unexpected workforce changes? By arming your employees with a variety of skills through cross-training.

CHROs are traditionally not the first to come to mind when organizations look to hire their next CEO, but a recent study shows that high-level HR executives could be the best choice when selecting a head honcho. Here are five examples of successful leaders who got their start in talent management.

Early this month, we rolled out a brand new logo to better reflect where we've been and where we are headed as a company. Learn more about our new design and the history and vision of Cornerstone.

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