Ashworth, Lara
January 2007
People Management;1/25/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p57
The article suggests ways on how human resource (HR) departments can prevent stress, burnout and disillusionment among young HR personnel. It emphasizes the need to ensure adequate support for young leaders that recognizes their unique position. It suggests to promote the sideways development move as being of equal value to the pursuit of career development. HR should also increase efforts to ensure that young leaders has a satisfactory work-life balance.


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