Scott, Anna
October 2011
People Management;Oct2011, p38
The article focuses on the transformation of the human resources (HR) department of Essex County Council (ECC) in Great Britain. Keir Lynch, executive director of transformation and HR department head at ECC, was tasked with transforming the HR department in one year for it to be instrumental in the transformation of the ECC. It also mentions the launch of EssexWorks, designed to save the ECC 30 percent of its budget. The transformation program also resulted to successful employee engagement.


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