Which way should I go?

December 2011
People Management;Dec2011, p66
The article presents career development advice for employees in personnel management. A question from a personnel management middle manager seeking employment is answered by three personnel management executives. A consensus is expressed by those executives that the questioner should emphasis her interest in personnel management when job seeking as opposed to her overall business management experience.


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