TITLE

Hop to it

AUTHOR(S)
Weekes, Sue
PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
Personnel Today;1/18/2005, p18
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article states that sector-hopping across the private, public and voluntary/not-for-profit boundaries is increasingly seen as vital experience for those wanting to climb to the top of the HR career ladder. In the private sector, the current high level of merger activity means HR can gain valuable merger and acquisition skills. Linda Moore, HR manager with business advisory and accountancy firm Mazars, has worked across all sectors and says it is the more' enlightened' HR directors who are willing to accept a serious application from other sectors. Macleod reports that her public sector colleagues claim their CVs are not making sufficient impact for them to be called for interview. INSET: Case study: Going private to public.
ACCESSION #
16246263

 

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