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Stacey Harris on Her Book, Introduction to HR Technologies

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Release Date: 12/09/2021

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Overwhelmed by the volume and variety of HR software, apps, and platforms? In this podcast, Stacey Harris discusses her new book, Introduction to HR Technologies: Understand How to Use Technology to Improve Performance and Processes. While extremely helpful for HR leaders, Stacey also believes that C-Suite executives will also benefit by understanding how investments in HR technologies can be used to save time, streamline processes, and drive business performance.

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