CHICAGO -- Technology is playing a growing role in human resources at a time when the battle for capital investment dollars has never been more fierce. Projects as diverse as corporate networking, point-of-sale upgrades and electronic marketing frequently top the priority list for technology budgets. Now, human resources executives must step up to ensure they have the tools to automate processes and protect retailers' "human capital." Those are some of the views held by executives from ...
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