TITLE

HR giants meet up to confront key issues

PUB. DATE
July 2004
SOURCE
Personnel Today;7/13/2004, p3
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Seven of the leading human resource (HR) directors in Great Britain gathered together at a networking event in central London last week, addressing an audience of HR professionals, along with others aspiring to get into the industry. The event, organised and hosted by Personnel Today and recruitment firm Barkers, heard HR leaders tackle a variety of issues. Companies represented were IT giant Microsoft, accountancy firm Ernst & Young, law firm Linklaters, South West Trains, the Crown Prosecution Service, Hertfordshire County Council and Save the Children.
ACCESSION #
13959608

 

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