How do I go in-house?

November 2011
People Management;Nov2011, p70
The article offers experts' advice on how to convince hirers that an applicant for an in-house human resources (HR) business partner is serious and can be a benefit to a company. HR career coach Paul Deeprose suggests that an applicant should possess a more strategic view, consolidating effort to bring greater talent to the organization. Professional career coach Susy Roberts advised that an applicant should use existing network to identify organizations where one can really add value.


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