New HR managers at Visa, Dolce & Gabbana, and more

Here are some of the week's latest HR promotions and job moves from Asia Pacific.

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Sherlina ChewSherlina Chew, Regional HR Business Partner, Visa

Sherlina Chew has been appointed payment technology company Visa’s Regional Business Partner for Asia Pacific.

She was previously the Head of HR at another payment solutions provider GoSwiff, overseeing its workforce needs in over 25 countries.

A seasoned HR professional with some 17 years’ experience in the industry, she is well-versed in the areas of client relationship management, HR business partnering and advisory, talent acquisition, performance management, compensation & benefits and more.

Chew says she is “results driven” and possesses “strong HR advisory, strategic and operational skills to support business growth and transition”.

Jenny OnJenny On, HR Manager, Southeast Asia, Dolce & Gabbana

Jenny On has joined luxury goods company Dolce & Gabbana as HR Manager.

In this role, she will support the fashion house’s HR objectives and needs across Southeast Asia.

She has over ten years of HR experience, having spent most of her career with lifestyle and fashion brands.

On was most recently at Italian menswear line Ermenegildo Zegna Group as HR Manager for Southeast Asia and India from April 2016 to May 2017.

Luong Huyen TrangLuong Huyen Trang, Senior HR Manager, Fashion Garments Vietnam

Trang assumed the role of Senior HR Manager at apparel manufacturer and exporter Fashion Garments Vietnam in July 2017.

Trang came across from another Vietnamese apparel manufacturer Hi Fashion Vina Co. Ltd, where she was responsible for over 3,500 employees.

She has nearly ten years of HR experience, all based out of Vietnam.

She graduated from the Ho Chi Minh City University of Foreign Language & Information Technology with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Management.

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