CFO and HR Collaboration

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Recently I discovered 15 articles regarding this subject and one very good in-depth analysis conducted by IBM and Oracle who published their work in a report called, “How HR Can Take on a Bigger Role.”

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CFO and HR Collaboration

  1. 1. HR McNeilly, LLC. 8891 Brighton Ln, Ste 103 Bonita Springs, FL 34135 Ph: (239) 478-7409 www.hrmcneilly.com bob@hrmcneilly.com CFO and HR Collaboration Much has been made in pitting these two professions against one another, but can the times be changing when this is no longer true? Recently I discovered 15 articles regarding this HR McNeilly, LLC. is a “Diversity Supplier” and subject and one very good in-depth analysis has been certified by the Veterans Administration as a “Veteran Owned Small Business.” conducted by IBM and Oracle who published their work in a report called, “How HR Can Take on a Bigger Role.” Follow this link to get the report in pdf format: http://www.ibm.com/solutions/files/Y142978L21826Y60/cfo_how_hr_can_take_on_a_bigger_role_in_ driving_growth.pdf#! Technology is also bringing these two professions together, sometimes forcing them together. Technology company, Workday, is making a strong argument that traditional HRIS systems such as PeopleSoft are outdated. Be sure to check out their YouTube Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RGx69GkFsM#! Traditionally, the friction between HR and Finance had a common battleground in payroll. Commonly, the poor person having to conduct payroll HR Dept: as a new startup, I will serves the proverbial two masters with one leg in HR and give you a better deal on a case one leg in Finance (or Accounting). by case basis depending upon your needs and timeframe. Who can forget the now infamous “Memo to CFOs: Don’t Trust HR” and subsequent follow up “Note to CFO: play nice with HR.” All these issues, articles, and collaboration efforts are beginning to converge as companies strive to measure human capital and HR can use the data to highlight their efforts. A new LinkedIn Group has formed with these collaboration efforts in mind, titled “CFO & HR Forum.” All these articles and more are easily available in the group discussions. Finance and HR joining in one group should become an interesting and dynamic group to join. Robert H. McNeilly MSM, SPHR Executive Recruiter Like this article? Share with your network and select “Follow” on the “HR McNeilly, LLC.” company page. Page 1 of 1

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