How can I move into HR?

July 2011
People Management;Jul2011, p62
The article provides suggestions from human resources (HR) professionals on how an experienced manager can pursue a career in HR management. Corinne Mills, managing director at Personal Career Management, believes that every company wants HR personnel who demonstrate business know-how. Paul Deeprose, HR career coach at The Career Gym, stresses the intense competitiveness in the HR marketplace. Julie Waddicor, managing director at Hays Human Rersources, said that an individual with a successful career in line management will appeal to many companies.


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