More departures put INM back in spotlight
The media company's director of IT, Gerry Wilde, has retired after 16 years, while chief people officer Celine Doyle has left the company after seven months in the role
Some HR changes at Independent News and Media (INM) over the past week brought the company back to attention following a difficult year. The media company's director of IT, Gerry Wilde, has retired after 16 years, while chief people officer Celine Doyle has left the company after seven months in the role.
Doyle was appointed group HR director in INM in 2014, before being promoted to chief people officer in May. Previously, she worked for Digicel...
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