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New Chief at Aztec

New Chief at Aztec

Monday 02 December 2019

New Chief at Aztec

The Aztec Group has appointed its first 'Chief People Officer.'

Virginia Rothwell joins from JLL, one of the world’s leading real estate firms, where she held the position of UK HR Director since 2014, sitting on the JLL UK Board and leading the firm’s people strategy.

In her new role, she will sit on both the Aztec Group Executive Committee and the People Committee, with Group-wide responsibility for performance management and recruitment disciplines, people-focused change processes, reward strategies, professional development and succession planning.

Based in the UK, she will travel to all of the Group’s offices. 

Commenting on the appointment, Aztec Group’s Founder and CEO, Edward Moore, said: “We’re delighted to announce that Virginia has joined us as our first Chief People Officer. The Group has a proud record of investing in people and providing an environment in which they can grow and achieve their career aspirations, so this is a very significant appointment for us. Virginia has extensive international experience in human resources, and will play a key role in ensuring we live by our values as our business continues to develop, driving our people strategy to be the best employer we can possibly be.”

“I’m hugely excited to have joined the Aztec Group," Ms Rothwell added. "There is so much about the company and its values that resonates with my passion for putting people first. I’m looking forward to working with the entire team to evolve and shape our people focus, ensuring that the unique Aztec Group culture goes from strength to strength as our business continues to grow.”

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