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Caroline Wicks

Caroline specialises in in-house appointments, including legal, internal audit and HR. She works with a wide range of corporate clients and financial services institutions. She also advises on Partner-level hires for professional services clients. Before joining Hedley May in 2012, Caroline spent time teaching for the British Council. She has a BA (Hons) in Modern History from the University of Sheffield.

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Hedley May Thinking

HM Audit & Treasury Retention Index

Unprecedented levels of hiring activity over the past three years has exposed a weakness in the market for Group Heads ...
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Reward isn’t just a technical discipline; it is related to psychology, motivation and culture

Peter Newhouse, Global Head of Reward, discusses how Unilever is understanding reward from the consumers’ point of view and how the demands on Heads of Reward have changed now that we are in “the era of application”. He also dispenses some invaluable advice for the next generation of reward leaders ...

Changing Faces at the RemCo

Strategies for Navigating Today’s Remuneration Landscape ...

If I’m ever going to be fired it will be because there was a mix up with the RemCo

Hugh Mitchell, Former Chief Human Resources & Corporate Officer, Royal Dutch Shell”discusses the pivotal moments in his career, the growing opportunities for HR to make an impact in international organisations and why Group HR Directors don’t need to be on the main board ...

Gender Diversity: Moving the Dial in 2012

A year after the Davies Report, there has been step change in the number of women appointed to FTSE 100 Boards. However, 87% of these board seats are non-executive. So how much has really changed and what more needs to be done to ensure women are better represented at all levels in organisations? Caroline Waters OBE gives her view on the controversial question of quotas and discusses some of the key barriers to progress and how these might be addressed ...

Diversity and inclusion applies to everybody, from the CEO to the janitor…

Helen Mahy CBE, former General Counsel & Company Secretary, National Grid and Rosemary Martin, Group General Counsel & Company Secretary, Vodafone talk to Nick Hedley about the practical steps that can be taken to create a more diverse and inclusive workplace ...

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