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Chief Human Resource Officers (CHROs) are facing a host of new challenges, a new survey from Executive Networks has found. Data from the new study, “Global CHRO of the Future Research,” finds talent retention and attraction are key priorities during a time of historic worker dissatisfaction.

The report surveyed 112 CHROs from Global 1000 organizations and also conducted one-on-one interviews with global CHROs. “Our research shows a clear growing importance of the CHRO role as HR issues are increasingly expanding onto the agenda of business leaders and the board of directors,” the report said.

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