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Karen Sherwin

Head of Human Resources Human Resources | Bath
Direct: 01225 750043
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07955 855726

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I am Head of Human Resources for Mogers Drewett and based in the Bath office.

I joined Mogers Drewett in February 2019 having worked in HR for many years for a variety of industries. This is my first time working for a law firm but the common factor in any business is people.

I love what I do. For me HR is about understanding what the business is about and what it’s trying to achieve, coupled with a genuine interest in people. Engaged employees love and care about what they do and I’m passionate about enabling and empowering people to achieve that.

In my spare time I enjoy spending time with friends, visiting new places and reading. I’m particularly interested in historical events and enjoy reading about them and visiting the places it actually happened.

 

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