Ann-Sofie Räftegård appointed head of HR at Volvo CE
Published by Aimee Knight,
Räftegård will lead Human Resources by driving talent management, compensation and benefits, workforce planning, diversity and engagement of Volvo CE’s global workforce of over 14 000 people. She will report to company President Melker Jernberg and be a member of the Executive Management Team (EMT).
‘I am very excited to join the Volvo Group and Volvo Construction Equipment. Besides joining a recognised and interesting company and brand, I see myself joining a journey and an industry in transformation with endless opportunities to connect people and business for success. That is what inspires me!’, comments Räftegård.
She joins Volvo from having spent more than three years at the Swedish Höganäs Group, where she was Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Prior to that Ann-Sofie has held important roles at IKEA, Daimler/Mercedes Benz, Johns Manville and Perstorp.
Ann-Sophie is bilingual in Swedish and English and holds a degree and diploma as a Gestalt Practitioner in Organisation from the Stockholm Gestalt Academy in Sweden. She also has a degree in Human Resource Management from Växjö University, in Sweden.
Ann-Sophie will be based in Gothenburg, Sweden. She replaces Diana Niu, who took up the role of Executive Vice President of Human Resource Management for the Volvo Group from 1 January 2019.
Volvo CE President Melker Jernberg comments, “I am delighted to welcome Anne-Sophie to her new role. I know she will make a very strong contribution to our company at this important time for the business.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/02052019/ann-sofie-rftegrd-appointed-head-of-hr-at-volvo-ce/
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