Law At Work has appointed a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development with over 20 years’ experience in Human Resources as its new Group Managing Director.
Heidi Gibaut has been with LAW since 2008 and recently stepped into the role of Managing Director for ASL Recruitment, which is part of the LAW Group.
She takes over from Kelly Flageul, who will concentrate on the strategic growth of the LAW Group as Executive Chair of LAW.
Meanwhile, Martin Buckland has been appointed as Group Technical Director and Val Cartwright as LAW’s first Group Finance Director.
“I am very excited to lead the LAW Group in the post-pandemic future," Ms Gibaut said. "Since covid-19 arrived, we have seen a dramatic shift in the employment landscape with working from home, but as we move forward, we are ensuring that our clients are prepared and able to work with hybrid working in all areas our group of companies.
"We have always listened to the needs of our clients and that will not change. I will be looking at satisfying our clients' needs by expanding our areas of our human resources expertise, providing executive mentoring, and coaching and co-sourcing in relation to business administration. We are retaining all the great links we have with our clients, but I am looking to developing new services in the changing landscape of human resources and health and safety which our clients will benefit from.”
Kelly Flageul, Executive Chair at LAW, added: “Over the years we have seen fantastic growth in all areas of our business as our clients see the value of specialist knowledge to help them run their human resources, health and safety and employment functions. It has been a pleasure to be at the helm of LAW while we have seen this success and I now want to move onto steering our group of businesses and strategic partners to further growth and opportunity.”
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