How I got where I am today

Phillips, Lucy
February 2009
People Management;2/26/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p50
An interview with Sally Bundock, welfare officer at the National Archives, is presented. She mentions receiving good career advice while working at Imperial College and that her first personnel job was as a generalist in a factory. She points out that part-time personnel employees face difficulty in being accepted as a serious professional and achieving career development. She argues that her sense of humor has allowed her to thrive in her work.


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