- HOW MUCH, NHS paying compo to upset woman
or engineers or bankers or whatever it is the company really does. yet every large company [ and none are larger than the NHS] sees the need to have a HR department
Quite, but we aren’t talking about (for example) the HR Director for the NHS, just a trust, and there are loads and loads and loads of companies larger than Derbyshire NHS trust.
One may as well argue that the army does not need high quality support or decent generals as long as the troops are ace it wont matter– imagine fighting the wrong war with poor equipment and supplies not reaching you eh that wont affect it as long as the troops are the best. IMHO its a pretty daft thing to argue.
It has been known! But even then, you don’t need the UK’s pre eminent logistitian to get the right kit to the right place at the right time, nor a fellow if the institute of accountants to get the right amount of money into the right bank accounts at the right time of the month.
The top 1% are an extravagance IMHO. A £65K p/a “average” HR director would likely have been able to manage that job.Posted 4 years ago
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