Has the conduct of the BBC's Head of HR (Lucy Adams) during the current Payoffs Row brought the HR profession into disrepute?
If Ms. Adams is a member of the CIPD and is found to have violated the CIPD standards in such a public manner, should her membership be revoked?
Does anyone agree that once the dust has settled on the affair, the CIPD should consider using this as a case study to see if there are any lessons that can be learned by the HR profession?
Not sure if I am alone here but I think we have a difficult enough time convincing business leaders to value HR without high profile cases like this undermining the credibility of the profession.
I have no political axe to grind here, just interested to hear what other HR people make of this story and whether we should respond in some way.