The benefits of proactive HR: 3 reasons to stop being reactive

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How much of your HR strategy is proactive versus reactive? Being proactive in HR can save your organization time, money and effort by getting ahead of problems before they arise.

When your HR strategy is strongly proactive, you and your colleagues are less likely to devote your time to “putting out fires.” Being less reactive can reduce everyone’s stress level and raise productivity. 

So, how can you implement a more proactive approach to HR, especially if you’re currently stuck in reactive mode? Here are some ways to start making that strategic shift.

Proactive HR starts with conversations 

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