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    HR Magazine It would be easy to think that an employer can discriminate on the grounds of obesity after reading some of the headlines around the Court of Justice of the European Union's latest ruling. […]
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    HR Magazine Only 42% of HR professionals took their full holiday allowance in 2014, according to research by specialist recruitment company Robert Walters. […]
  • High Court rules tribunal fees are lawful
    HR Magazine The High Court yesterday (Wednesday 17 December) rejected a judicial review brought by trade union Unison to have tribunal fees ruled unlawful. […]
  • Beware of patchwork jobs recovery, says academic
    HR Magazine A polarisation of the jobs market, high youth unemployment and large regional variations mean the latest ONS figures are not as positive as they first appear, according to Warwick University professor and director for employment research Chris Warhurst. […]
  • ECJ obesity ruling 'real problem' for employers
    HR Magazine The ruling of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that obesity can constitute a disability could cause real problems for employers, according to Osborne Clarke employment partner Julian Hemming. […]
  • Improving candidate experience is a win-win
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Kerstin Wejlid, HR Manager, SAS Institute

22 Nov 2011

In today’s ultra-competitive business climate, successful HR strategies make all the difference to the corporate bottom line. It means to streamline and harmonize the HR processes, attract and retain key talents, performance based compensation & benefits and business driven competence development. The core in Kerstin Wejlid’s work with HR is corporate culture, strategic HR, HR transformation and Change Management. Previous to her work at SAS Institute, Kerstin has held positions as consultant, educator and decision maker within Bankgirocentralen, Mercedes Benz, Tieto Enator och Aditro.