August 2011
People Management;Aug2011, p66
The article presents the opinions of several personalities on the issue of how long should a foreign human resources (HR) professional be working for free at a British nongovernmental organization (NGO) before she/he can show good experience and can apply for an HR job in Great Britain. The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development's (CIPD) Louise Edwards said that the HR professional could register with an agency for temporary HR job. The opinions of author John Lees and Fairplace's Michael Moran on the issue are also cited.


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