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HR's New Year Resolutions

With the New Year upon us, everyone is getting ready to bin last year’s sins and pledge that 2019 will be their year. Whether it's participating in ‘Dry January’, enduring a carb-free February (at least in the presence of your committed pals) or a simple oath to become more selfless, we all coerce ourselves to make a substantial lifestyle change. Even if we can’t resist the temptation to reverse it a few days later.



Most will also have a professional goal too. And companies and departments will, too, be setting targets. To see what is on the agenda, HR Grapevine caught up with a number of HR practitioners to discuss their HR-related resolutions at the beginning of the New Year.

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