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A human resources manager is a role that is rewarding but also quite challenging. Human resources departments and their managers are critical to any organization, and tend to be impactful in different work environments such as corporations, private entities, government, or NGOs.
The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the future of work in ways we could hardly have imagined only two years ago. Things such as remote work, accelerated digital transformation, increased use of AI and AR have all contributed to a fluid and dynamic workplace. Now how, where and when we work is constantly evolving.
This article covers business resume examples and what constitutes an excellent business manager resume. The term Business Manager sounds generic, so it is useful to identify the different types of business managers.
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