How I got where I am today

Stevens, Michelle
March 2010
People Management;3/25/2010, p44
An interview with RSA Insurance Group human resources (HR) director, Orlagh Hunt, is presented. When asked about her career highlights, Hunt replies that she decided to enter a career in HR because she enjoyed training people and bringing out the best in them. She relates that working at Tesco was a good opportunity for her to learn specialist areas of HR before becoming a generalist. Hunt cites the importance of understanding worklife balance and building strong relationships to have a successful career.


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