Comments are closed. HR must have more business-specific training and spend less time onadministration if the function is to play a more central role in corporateaffairs. This is the view of Michael Emmerson, the new senior HR business partner atBarclays Private Bank, who was speaking last week at Penna’s HR ProfessionalRelationship with the Business forum. Emmerson believes HR professionals needaccess to business-related training to give them a better picture of howcompanies are operated. “As a function we have to play a much more strategic role. In the pastHR training has been functional, but there’s now a need to think more carefullyabout how people will get this commercial awareness without propertraining,” he said. Emmerson said there is currently no training available to help HR developthese valuable business skills. “HR is an evolving function and has onlyjust caught up with what was happening in business a few years ago, but noweverything has changed, so you always have to keep learning,” he said. He thinks more companies should consider ways of allowing HR to pass on someof its administrative burden to enable the function to become more strategicand commercially aware, such as the shared services approach adopted byBarclays Private Bank. “The range of things HR does as a discipline is huge and the timeavailable to do the strategic part needs to be increased. At Barclays, a teamdoes a lot of the admin stuff which leaves more time for HR to become abusiness partner,” he said. Previous Article Next Article HR lacks skills in business arenaOn 28 May 2002 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
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