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Ocorian strengthens its people focus with two appointments

Ocorian strengthens its people focus with two appointments

Friday 02 June 2023

Ocorian strengthens its people focus with two appointments

Friday 02 June 2023

Ocorian has appointed two experienced HR specialists.

Ailsa Oxley joins the firm as Group Head of HR Business Partnering, and Kavish Seedam has been appointed as Regional HR Lead for Mauritius and the United Arab Emirates.

Ocorian’s Chief People Officer Renata Zrobek welcomed the new appointments: “Ailsa and Kavish bring huge experience and knowledge to our HR team and will help us maintain our focus on making Ocorian a great place to work. 

“We’re a fast-growing and dynamic global business so it’s vital that we have expertise across our jurisdictions. We want our people to feel valued and develop and grow with us; Ailsa and Kavish will be pivotal in developing and implementing the strategy that creates the environment for everyone at Ocorian to do just that, they’re very welcome additions to our team.” 

Ocorian has more than 1,500 employees worldwide. 

 Ailsa will be based in London and was previously Human Resources Director for UK and Ireland at a global insurance provider. 

She has experience in all aspects of HR, talent acquisition and management, and aligning communications and strategies for employee engagement. 

She has an MBA from Cardiff Business School and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. 

 Kavish was previously HR lead at a global professional services company and managed a team of specialists to design and implement local employee engagement and recognition programmes, and define operational frameworks to ensure adherence to global policies and processes. 

He has completed the MBA Essentials course through the London School of Economics. 

Main picture: Kavish Seedam and Ailsa Oxley. 

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