Succession planning requires tough questions from HR

01/5/2010 | HR Capitalist, The

A McDonald's executive who retired early because of knee problems shows that human resources needs to ask tougher questions of top executives, especially concerning their health, Kris Dunn writes. "Most C-level execs, even in non-Fortune 500s, ... sign a waiver that says they're not going to sue you," he writes. "So, you have the right to be more aggressive and ask the tough questions, especially if you're dealing with succession issues."

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