High hopes

January 2007
People Management;1/11/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p17
This article states the expectations of some prominent human resource personalities for the HR profession in Great Britain in 2007. Geoff Armstrong, director-general of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, hoped the HR profession will be bolder in asserting, demonstrating, measuring and reporting its activities. Sam Mercer, director of the Employers Forum on Age, would like to see recognition that getting age policies right is about much more than complying with age laws.


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