What I have learnt so far

Hutson, Nora
November 2010
People Management;11/25/2010, p36
The author talks about the lessons taught by her experiences as a human resource (HR) professional. She states that she developed her skills when she worked for Petrochem UK as HR manager and quality assurance manager. She mentions the challenge she faced when she moved from the private to the public sector, having joined the Surrey Police as deputy director of HR.


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