Move on up

Paton, Nic
September 2006
Personnel Today;9/12/2006, p22
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's views on career developments in human resource (HR). According to the author, to get into HR from the outside, whether at line manager or secretarial level, one will have to go through the continual knock-backs. However, a graduate who comes into the profession at around the £18,000 to £20,000 mark can normally progress within eighteen months to a £20,000 to £26,000 or even £30,000 HR adviser position.


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