Debunking 11 common HR stereotypes

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Historically, managers and HR teams have a fraught relationship. Managers often perceive HR as the people they hear from when there’s a problem, rather than an ongoing support system, and vice versa. 

In recent years, organizations have begun to strive for more mutually supportive relationships. However, for this to be successful it’s important to deconstruct the old stereotypes and reframe the manager and HR relationship.

In this article, we share 11 HR stereotypes held by leaders and tips to help reframe them.

11 HR stereotypes 1. Principal’s office

“I remember how even ten years

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