September 21st 2017
Risk – what does it mean for the progressive HR function?
Over the past few years, the scope and scale of risks to which organisations are exposed have proliferated e.g. cybersecurity, data threats, terrorism, reputation – and these risks can be both outside and inside the organisation. Unsurprisingly, the level at which they are discussed and governed has escalated accordingly.
The post-meeting notes from PARC's meeting, Risk - what does it mean for the progressive HR function?, summarise key discussion points, as well as take-aways from the meeting.
Download the copy of the notes to understand the following:
- current state of risk management in HR
- why risk management should feature on HR's agenda?
- the importance of culture and individual behaviours.
The notes also contain two case studies from TalkTalk and Worldpay with particular focus on cybersecurity and data protection.
This resource is available to PARC members only. To access, please log in with your username and password.
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