September 10th 2019
Responsible Business – Unilever
Unilever’s Vice President HR Business Transformation, Nick Dalton, gave this presentation explaining his view on Unilever’s responsible business strategy. He adopts an approach including the seven great waves of HR: paternalism, power, process, profit, people, paradox and planet. How has the HR function changed over the years, starting from industrial relations to personnel to human resources, and how is responsibility linked to this?
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