May 2010
People Management;5/20/2010, p42
The article announces several appointments in Great Britain in May 2010 including David Dickinson as people strategy head for the retail distribution review unit of KPMG, Niki Pallister as human resource (HR) director at Mailcom and Martha Simpson as head of The Association for Coaching for Scotland.


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