I'm a fan of simply-engineered human resources. I strongly believe we have over-engineered the living bejeezus out of this profession. And we're so good at chasing our tails it's comical (and depressing). I had a conversation with an HR Exec for a larger organization (5,000+ EEs) about the merits of breaking through the complexity in some of the HR programs and practices and getting down to a very basic approach to how we design and deliver our services to our employees. Her response was, 'that's a great concept, but simplicity doesn't scale to organizations of our size.' I've been scratching my head ever since. Really? If you have a big organization your HR programs and practices have to be complex by design? I don't buy it. What do you think?
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