Aon maintains focus on growth and strengthens presence in DACH

Aon maintains focus on growth and strengthens presence in DACH

from 1Verse In March 2022, Bevan Gray will take over as Head of Human Capital Solutions for the DACH region.

Aon Corporation (NYSE: AON), a leading global provider of risk, benefit and health solutions, announces the expansion of its human capital solutions business. from 1Verse In March 2022, Bevan Gray will take over as Head of Human Capital Solutions for the DACH region.

With the appointment of Bevan Gray, Aon has hired an expert with proven HR skills and is taking another step in developing its team in the DACH region in order to help its clients make better HR decisions.

New Zealander Bevan Gray was the former CEO of Germany at Lee Hecht Harrison, a global talent management and people development consultancy. Previously, Bevan Gray served as Country Head of Digital and Commercial Lead for DACH as well as Leadership Development and Talent Management as Commercial Leader for EMEA with Korn Ferry.

“Bevan is the ideal person to lead the Human Capital Solutions division,” says Kay Buchter, CEO of DACH at Aon. “We want to help our clients be informed, better advise and make informed decisions on topics such as smart reward models, new business methods, change management or reward structures. With her decades of experience in consulting, Bevan can count on a very rich experience and great successes.”

“People strategy has never been so high on the CEO agenda,” adds Charlotte Park, Head of Human Capital Solutions EMEA at Aon. “In fact, many companies have made the issue of talent their top priority. At a time when companies are constantly changing and change processes are more important than ever, we are convinced that the combination of human resource strategy and business strategy is the key to success. Through insights gained from With our databases, Bevan will help our clients improve their human resources and business strategies, prepare their people for future developments and transform the world of employees’ work.”

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