How we got where we are today

June 2008
People Management;6/12/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p58
An interview with Jane Hounsome and Neville Hounsome, human resource (HR) personnel, is presented. They explained why did they chose to work in the filed of HR. When asked how do they manage to develop their careers while raising a family, they emphasized organization as the most important key in balancing work and family. They also described their highest career achievements.


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