HRMinds Votes to Broaden the Membership Criteria

HRMinds Votes to Broaden the Membership Criteria

HR Minds, the membership organisation for those with HR management responsibility in the legal sector, announces new and broader membership criteria and access to a wider range of benefits.  The changes give members increased insight and perspective for their professional growth and career development and help keep their skills, expertise and market insights current and relevant. 
 
 
Nick Grant, President of HR Minds comments “As the voice for Human Resources in the legal sector we continue to grow and represent the views of our membership who want to be able to draw on a range of different topics and insights into best practice.  As such, the Board consulted with members and reviewed feedback before voting to broaden the membership criteria to include professionals outside traditional HR roles who also have some responsibility of HR management.  We are currently rolling out our new L & D Programme for the year, noting that opportunities to learn and network are increasingly important as we aim to influence performance and culture within our respective firms and our broader community”.