HR Talent Ladder - GSK, Deliveroo and more

Here are this week's latest HR appointments from across the region.

If you or an industry colleague recently made a move, do reach out to us at kelvin.ong@hrmasia.com.sg, and we will be happy to announce your appointment.

Natasha StentafordNatasha Stentaford, Global Talent Business Lead at GSK

Natasha Stentaford has been promoted to the role of Global Talent Business Lead at pharmaceutical company GSK.

In this role, she will manage and drive the strategic talent agenda within Consumer Healthcare and across the enterprise to build a high quality, diverse talent pipeline.

She will also partner with HR and business leaders to develop the Consumer Healthcare talent strategy and an expert consultant to diagnose specific talent challenges/ opportunities and recommend appropriate solutions.

Stentaford was previously the Regional Learning Operations Director for Asia, where her job was in ensuring outstanding delivery of learning and development services to the business through leadership and management of L&D professionals across the region.

She first joined GSK in February 2008 as an internal recruiter at its London office.

Heather MatlaHeather Matla, People Lead, Asia-Pacific, Deliveroo

Heather Matla is now the Asia-Pacific and Middle East People Lead at food delivery app Deliveroo.

Matla joins from NBCUniversal Media, where she spent four and a half years as the HR Business Partner for Southeast Asia.

She possesses nearly a decade of human capital experience in Asia-Pacific covering creative media sectors including visual effects, animation, games and TV.

She has also had experience operating at leadership levels, advising on the provision of HR services, policies and programmes including onboarding, employee relations, recruitment, performance management and performance improvement plans.

Jeanne NeoJeanne Neo, HR Business Partner, at Marsh

Jeanne Neo has moved up the ladder at insurance firm Marsh to the position of Vice President, HR Business Partner.

Prior to this, she was Assistant Vice President of the HR Management team from July 2016 to December 2017, where she acted as an HR Business Partner to the CEO and senior business leaders, and oversaw employee retention and engagement, talent management and performance management.

In that role, she was also a local change champion for all HR transformations, including advocating the move to the Workday platform.

Neo says she is a dynamic and energetic individual who constantly seeks self-improvement at work and in personal life.

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