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Group Head of DE&I, Hong Kong (HK)

Hong Kong
Status shortlisting
Tags Diversity & Inclusion


Date posted

14 11月 2023

The Company

This highly reputable listed organisation is one of the market leaders in its field, with a revenue of over USD 25K and employing a workforce of 50,000 individuals.

The Role

This newly created critical leadership role will report to the Group CPO and be responsible for developing and implementing diversity and inclusion strategies and the execution framework for over 50,000 employees across multiple business lines in 13 countries. Partnering with the C-suite executives and business leaders, the Group Head of DE&I will build a best-in-class practice that is aligned with the group strategy. This role provides the opportunity to build a robust ecosystem within the organisation and influence the senior leadership to take ownership of DE&I matters. The goal is to diversify the workforce with different skills and backgrounds, whilst ensuring an inclusive environment to help the organisation become an Employer of Choice.  

The Individual

This pioneering role requires an individual who is goal-focused, practical, resourceful, resilient, and pragmatic, and who enjoys being involved in the strategy and execution aspects of the job in a highly complex business. To be successful, the incumbent needs to have a solid foundation across HR Generalist, Talent Management OD with a specialism in DE&I.


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At a Glance
  • Job Function
    Diversity & Inclusion
  • Industry
    Retail & Luxury
  • International Coverage
  • Global HQ
    Asia Pacific
  • Global revenue
    US$10-100 Billion
  • Solid Report To
    Group Chief People & Culture Officer
  • Potential upsides
    This is a great opportunity to partner with an inspirational CPO and build a function from its infancy to a world-class practice.
  • Potential challenges
    Partnering and influencing C-suite executives and business leaders in a highly complex organisation with over 50K employees may not be for everyone.
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