How I got where I am today

Hunter, Dean; Phillips, Lucy
December 2008
People Management;12/11/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 25, p52
The article features Dean Hunter, chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (FCIPD) human resources (HR) director at Production Services Network. He states the highlight of his career was the management buyout of Production Services from the parent company Halliburton in 2006. Having to integrate 6,000 employees into a new company was a big challenge. He says the best thing about his role is the variety of work.


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