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We provide strategic workforce guidance for HR executives, tactical implementation support for HR staff and operational leaders, and health care-specific benchmarks to inform HR strategic planning.
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Whether you prefer reading, listening, or meeting face-to-face, with an HR Advancement Center membership you’ll get updates and insights from our team of experts, as well as opportunities to network with fellow HR leaders addressing the same issues.
Browse our research library of hundreds of proven best practices from organizations across the globe. Our research addresses topics ranging from reducing early turnover to nurse engagement to engaging staff.
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Use our interactive tools and benchmarking capabilities to see how your organization’s performance stacks up against similar institutions on a wide range metrics.
The thing I loved about Advisory Board research and presentations is that they share what HR is actually supposed to do. That’s what stuck with me afterward. Your research answers the question, ‘Okay, then what?’”