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It was the fast moving political, economic and social changes of the early to mid 20th century that spurred the development of the human resource profession in America. War brought the need to hire and train new workers. Workplace disputes created unions and the need to negotiate on behalf of management. And equal protection laws created the need for compliance expertise.

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