May 2010
People Management;5/6/2010, p46
An interview with Sarah Longland, human resources (HR) adviser at out-of-hours general practitioner services provider, is presented in which she reveals that she would be lawyer if she was not in HR, shares her most embarrassing moment at a job interview, and cites "People are our greatest asset" as the most hated HR phrase.


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