Personnel Today is looking for opinionated junior HR professionals to be part of its new editorial advisory board.
Do you feel strongly about the new Equality Bill and its effect on the HR community? Do you have a view about bankers’ bonuses, scrapping the default retirement age or tips on the best way to make people redundant?
We want readers who are working at HR manager level or below to put themselves forward and speak up about the issues that really matter to them in their day-to-day roles.
HR professionals working at this level make up a huge proportion of Personnel Today’s readers and we feel it’s important to give them a stronger voice in the magazine.
These are the individuals often tasked with implementing and running the workplace policies designed by HR directors they know what it’s like working at the coalface of an organisation.
Membership is expected to involve occasional brainstorming sessions on hot topic HR issues, requests for comment on news articles and features, and more informal networking online.
Signing up to take part is also likely to prove a useful networking and career development opportunityand it would look good on your CV when it‘s time forthat next move up the HR career ladder.
To register your interest in joining the panel please e-mail email@example.com for more details.