Talent mobility at JPMorgan Chase & Co, PPD and Hilton Hotels Worldwide

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

Chew Ying Ying

Singapore Head of HR at JPMorgan Chase & Co

Chew Ying Ying has been appointed as Singapore Head of HR and Regional HRBP for Risk Asia at JPMorgan Chase & Co, with effect from September 2017.

Prior to her new role, she assumed the post of Head of Campus Recruiting Asia, Executive Director, where she covered all lines of business across 12 markets in Asia Pacific.

Ying Ying- who has been with JPMorgan Chase & Co since 2009 and who has also worked for Credit Suisse- has a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry and possesses strong business development professional skills in HR, Talent Management and Acquisition, Management, Performance Management, and Succession Planning.

 

Haley Hopkins

Strategic Business Partner at PPD

Haley Hopkins has assumed the post of Strategic Business Partner at PPD, a global contract research organisation, with effect from August 2017.

Hopkins, who has relocated from Singapore to North Carolina, US, will function as a strategic business partner supporting PPD's global commercial organisation and PPD subsidiaries.

She was PPD’s Asia-Pacific HR Director for more than seven years.

Then based in Singapore, she was heading up the HR function for 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region, including China, Korea, India, Japan and Australia (to name a few) with a headcount of 1,500 employees.

 

Allison Morley

Director, HR Consulting

Hilton Hotels Worldwide

Allison Morley was appointed as Director, HR Consulting of Hilton Hotels Worldwide in September 2017.

She was previously the Global Head of Talent for The International Baccalaureate for over five-and-a-half years.

Morley, who also operated as an HR Business Partner for Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise prior to her post at The International Baccalaureate, is a business-driven and experienced international HR professional with a strong focus on innovative thinking while delivering pragmatic solutions to achieve business outcomes.

She has specialised experience in functions such as Employee Training and Development, Succession Planning, Coaching, Performance Management, Recruitment, Compensation & Benefits, among others.

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