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The best HR is invisible

A company is only as successful as its employees are performing. Finding new talent is therefore an interest that the whole company should pursue. However, HR has long been seen as an almost separate part of the business, far from strategic planning and development. But this is changing now.

As the HR team becomes more involved in the company's strategic operations, there is a clearer understanding of which employees in a company are still missing and what qualifications, skills and talents applicants must have or need to be developed. Likewise, e.g. changes in corporate cultures are recognized earlier and faster by HR and companies can respond accordingly. There is a development from a reactive to a proactive role, which is essential in times of rapid changes and high speeds.