Lucy was the Director of Human Resources, the BBC Academy and Internal Communications.
She was responsible for the design and implementation of the BBC's HR strategy to ensure that the BBC has the right people in the right roles, performing at their best.
Alongside this she also led a team responsible for the delivery of a full range of HR functions, including training and development, internal communications and engagement, recruitment, employee relations, remuneration and benefits, organisation design and change management, diversity, HR administration and policy.
Lucy left the BBC on 4 April 2014.
Last updated September 2012
Lucy Adams is the Director, HR.
Lucy joined the BBC as Director, BBC People on 1 June 2009, and is responsible for the full range of HR functions including training and development, internal communications, resourcing, employee relations, reward, organisation design and change management. She is also responsible for the BBC's outsourced HR services.
Lucy was previously Director of HR at the international legal firm Eversheds LLP. Prior to this she spent nine years at Serco Group plc, starting as Change Director in the Rail Division before becoming the Group HR Director in 2004.
Salary and total remuneration
Total remuneration: £332,900
These details were last updated in June 2009 when Lucy Adams's salary and remuneration were last adjusted. This information is correct as of June 2014.
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