Jarrold quits top HR job in health service

Littlefield, David
May 1997
People Management;5/15/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p10
Focuses on the resignation of Ken Jarrold as director of human and corporate resources at the British National Health Service Executive. Executor of the Conservative government's policies on local pay; Return to general management as chief executive of County Durham Health Authority.


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