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Companies that continue to exclude human resources from the C-Suite table are exposing their overall organizations to trouble. So reports Forbes.

“HR is still widely viewed as a strictly transactional processing center filled with paper pushers who only exist to say ‘no’ to everything,” writes Regina Romeo, chief human resources officer for CPS HR Consulting and Forbes human resources council member. A CHRO keep tabs on emerging issues that better position the CEO and other C-Suite bigs to deal more effectively with challenges.

“Your CHRO will ask questions and give input at the beginning of the planning process instead of coming in after the fact or when a decision has already been made,” Romeo writes. “The CHRO brings a different viewpoint and is not strictly looking at facilities, hard numbers or black-and-white outcomes, but also considers the impact to the employees, which ultimately affects employee engagement, retention and other organizational concerns.”

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