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Couzins, Martin
September 2005
Personnel Today;9/27/2005, p28
Trade Publication
Presents an interview with Nicky Blatch, HR director, Ford Retail, part of the Ford Motor Co. Description of her duties; Hope to reap the value of the investment the company has made in HR this year; Challenges that HR faces in the next five years; Advice to people starting out in HR; Importance of a sense of fun and trust in people.


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