September 2011
People Management;Sep2011, p65
The article announces the appointment of human resource (HR) executives, including Liz Bingham as managing partner for people at Ernst & Young, Jenny Chandler as HR director at Business Growth Fund, and Mark Moorton as head of HR in Great Britain at Mercer.


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