October 2009
People Management;10/8/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 21, p50
The article features Meredith Beeson, head of human resources (HR) at Practicus in England. She says that if she was not in the field of HR, she would be probably working with young people to help them build self-belief. She shares her most embarrassing moment at a job interview wherein she assumed that a guy who was looking at her straight in the eye was her interviewer. The question on how a person can get a seat on the board is her most hated HR phrase.


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