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12. UKG’s CPO Pat Wadors Shares HR’s Role in Managing Organizational Change

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12. UKG’s CPO Pat Wadors Shares HR’s Role in Managing Organizational Change

HR is often referred to as a change agent. But that doesn’t mean we have to supply all the answers. In this episode, we talk about how questions can be our best friend during organizational change efforts and the importance of building relationships with the management team.

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