'We allow staff to give feedback -- and they most certainly give it.'

Smedley, Tim
October 2009
People Management;10/22/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 22, p18
The article features Deborah Baker, director for people in the British Sky Broadcasting. A graduate of University of Essex, Baker started as an employee relations officer and staff personnel officer of Ford Motor Company and eventually became a human resource (HR) director of Burberry. She said that she likes new challenges but does not make changes for the sake of changing things. She related her experience with British Sky Broadcasting, when it launched the whole global fashion brand and went through an initial public offering.


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