Interview with Sally Purbrick, head of reward, Anglian Water

Barton, Tynan
January 2014
Employee Benefits;1/2/2014, p3
The article presents an interview with Sally Purbrick, head of reward at water firm Anglian Water PLC. Purbrick says that human resource departments add value to an organisation. According to her, people enjoy working with her but she pressurizes them to work hard. Purbrick adds that healthcare trust schemes are her favorite employee benefit.


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