In recent years, HR departments have evolved from tactical, administrative roles to become strategic players in an organization. With the added influence, the top HR executive position is often now the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), giving them a seat the C-suite table. And given how challenging 2020 has been, we could add crisis managers to the list.
With this added exposure and responsibility, compensation paid to HR executives should ideally reflect the scope of responsibilities of these functions as well as company performance.
To garner insight into how CHROs are compensated, especially compared to previous years, download and review our recent flash report titled “CHRO Compensation and Fairness: What a Difference a Year Makes.”
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