Interviews from the leaders in HR across the Globe.
HRreview interviews: Neil Armstrong on early careers at Boots
HRreview interviews: Neil Armstrong. Neil Armstrong, Talent Manager, Talent Programmes, Boots, Neil Armstrong, Talent Manager, Bootshas almost 10 years of recruitment experience across a range of industries and skill sectors, and joined Boots in 2011 as a Recruitment and Talent Manager. He is also passionate about youth unemployment and works with the local community to support skills development to help young people enter work with the necessary employability skills.
HRreview interviews: Charlotte Hallaways on HR networking
HRreview interviews: Charlotte Hallaways. Charlotte is the founder and lead coordinator of myHRcareers, a London-based networking group focused on developing the careers of young HR practitioners. Since their first event in January 2014, the group has now grown to over two thousand members.
HRreview interviews: Jurga McCluskey – partner and head of immigration at Deloitte
HRreview interviews: Jurga McCluskey. In her role as head of UK immigration, Jurga McCluskey works constantly with the global Deloitte network of more than 700 offices on immigration matters for Deloitte’s global client base. Fluent in several languages, Jurga advises international blue chip corporate clients and ultra-high net worth individuals who value Jurga’s extensive experience in providing long term global immigration solutions, as well as her calm approach in a crisis!
HRreview interviews: Duncan Lewin on feedback and emotional intelligence
HRreview interviews: Duncan Lewin on feedback and emotional intelligence. Duncan has over 15 years’ corporate and private sector experience as a trainer and facilitator. He has trained and worked alongside organisations including BT, Accenture, Fullers and the UK government and has seen how communication continues to challenge many large organisations in the 21st century. He draws from his own experiences in managing feedback and phobia and is a self-confessed former feedback-phobic ‘