A 'generational change' for the HR profession

MacLachlan, Rob
November 2009
People Management;11/19/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 24, p6
The article emphasizes the changes needed for the human resource (HR) profession in Great Britain. It highlights the proposed changes to HR profession, including the revision of professional standards, a simplified Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) membership structure and a description of the evolution of people function. An explanation on the needed changes to professional standards is also presented. The views of Jackie Orme, chef executive of CIPD, on the HR profession are also highlighted.


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