ARTICLE | 10 Best Practices for the Board’s Human Capital Committee

Featured in McDermott Will & Emery’s new e-book from its Governing Health series

SullivanCotter’s Kathy Hastings, Executive Workforce Practice Leader, and Tim Cotter, Manging Director, have contributed to a new e-book from McDermott Will & Emery entitled Key Agenda Items for Board Committees: A Briefing for Governance and Executive Leadership.

Their chapter focuses on the board human capital committee and the key role it plays in guiding human resources strategies as health care organizations face today’s challenges. Human capital is critical to organizational strategy, and the committee should test whether the components of the human capital strategy – namely people, process and technology practices – can sustain the organization.



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