TITLE

Graham White, head of HR, Surrey County Council

PUB. DATE
June 2004
SOURCE
IT Training;Jun2004, p48
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents an interview of Graham White, head of human resource (HR), Surrey County Council. He answered the query related to the key responsibilities of his job that he has three responsibilities. First is to acquire the right number and spread of people to work here. Second is to retain that group using policies and payroll. And, third is to motivate them by creating the right benefits, training and culture. He answered to the query related to his previous work before joining this company is that he was a minister of religion for ten years, before he moved into HR. He liked the fact that human resources added real value to staff and to organizations. Over the last few years, he has worked in senior HR positions in all sorts of organizations: the police, the financial sector, heavy industry and textiles.
ACCESSION #
14576629

 

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