During this Vision Dinner, Marlies Knijnenberg, CHRO at HDI Global SE, will elaborate on the employee-centric culture of HDI that enables entrepreneurship, development, and opportunities. In addition, by acting according to sustainable and social values, HDI proves its value to customers as well as employees, giving purpose to its jobs. Subsequently, Nico Orie, VP People & Culture at Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP), wants to discuss effective HRM by using digital as an enabler. Nico will talk about CCEP’s career hub that connects the entire organisation and maximises the potential of employees. This improves the employee journey that contributes to a higher employee retention.
Nico Orie, Coca-Cola Europacific
Marlies Knijnenberg, HDI Global SE
VP People and Culture
Nico Orie has been working for Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) for over five years. Besides traditional HR functions, he is also responsible for the Digital Strategy in his field. CCEP is a British company formed as a result of the combination of four bottling companies for The Coca-Cola Company in Western Europe and Asia-Pacific. The multinational bottling company is involved in the marketing, production and distribution of Coca-Cola products and other beverages such as Capri-Sun and Monster.
Marlies Knijnenberg is an HR leader with experience in organizational change within different industries. She has been working as CHRO at HDI Global SE since May 2020. As part of the German Talanx Group, HDI has been a leading international insurer for decades, focused on B2B insurance. HDI globally operates through foreign branches, subsidiaries and affiliates as well as network partners in more than 150 countries with approximately 3000 employees.
The majority of industries’ labour markets are tighter than ever before. This means that job seekers have a wide choice of opportunities, and organisations, as employers, must compete for them. Previously, organisations attracted employees by offering a good salary and a company car. However, new generations attach importance to other matters, such as purpose, development, and career opportunities.
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During this Round Table, Jeroen Kerkhof, HR Director NL at Brunel and Hank Conijn, L&D manager at Brunel, will give a presentation.
During this Virtual Round Table, Thijs van Loon, HR Director Reward and Learning & Development at Virgin Media O2, will give a presentation. More information will follow soon.
During this Vision Dinner, Hilde Maes, HR Director Workforce of the Future Management at KBC, will elaborate on the must-win battles regarding workforce challenges. Hilde will share what KBC has to offer in relation to recruitment and the importance of learning & development for exploring the full potential of employees. Projects like the talent platform of KBC and the progression conversations, rather than evaluation talks, are crucial in the HR vision of the organisation. Subsequently, Harold Vreeburg, HR Director at Croonwolter&dros, will dive deeper into the tight labour market of the engineering and construction industry. In response to the labour shortage, the industry actively promotes technical education and develops innovative solutions that reduce human labour. In addition, Harold would like to discuss the role of the government in this issue.