Hadland is the firm’s HR director and as such is responsible for ensuring that the strategic profile of the firm’s staff is best suited to delivering its stated goals and objectives.
Before joining Shoosmiths in May 1999, Hadland worked in personnel management for the Volkswagen Group UK, building an HR specialisation on a general management background developed in both public and private sectors.
She has an MBA and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
Hadland is an HR generalist whose experience includes:
- Change management
- Organisational development
- Leadership and management development
- Policy and planning
- Career management
- Training and development
- Benefits management
- Performance management
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