and logistics company Mayne Nickless Express has promoted its HR manager
Michael Doolin to director of resources and training. Doolin has worked for the
company for the past two and a half years and took his non-executive role
earlier this month. The post involves conducting the company’s pay
negotiations. Based at the company’s UK head office in the West Midlands,
Doolin will be responsible for all HR and training issues on behalf of the
group’s companies, including Parceline, Mayne Logistics, Interlink Express and
law firm McDermott, Will and Emery has recruited Christine Jordan to take on
the new role of London HR director. Jordan will head the London office’s HR
team. The firm has 125 lawyers and legal and professional support staff, and
has been expanding since the office opened two years ago. Before joining
McDermott, Will and Emery, Jordan was HR director at the Securities and Futures
Authority for seven years. Jordan has worked at the London Stock Exchange and
outside the City with Vernalis Group, a publicly quoted biotechnology company.
Donnelly has been appointed HR director of HMV Europe – his first board HR
appointment. Donnelly had 10 years’ experience in a variety of HR roles in
retail and has worked for Kingfisher, owner of high street retail chains
Woolworths, B&Q, and Superdrug.
break came when he worked for Entertainment UK, which supplies CDs to
Kingfisher retail outlets. This led him to work for Music and Video Club, after
which he defected to its major competitor, HMV.
was senior HR controller at HMV, he pioneered a staff survey, called Your
Shout, which gave employees a say in HR policy.
looking to oversee the training of store managers across Europe. “My goal is to
ensure HMV has the very best specialist retail managers in its stores who
really know their areas. Those are the people who really make the difference
and the ones who are the hardest to keep hold of.”