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Strategic Workforce Planning – Interview with Wendy Hirsh
At our March 2015 Strategic Workforce Planning event, researcher and consultant, Wendy Hirsh discussed why workforce planning is still seen as a difficult and problematic area by HR and, in her opinion, what the relationship is between workforce planning and workforce strategy.
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