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Sodexo appoints Andy Rogers UK & Ireland HR director

14 January 2016

Sodexo has appointed Andy Rogers HR director of the UK & Ireland region

In his new role, Andy is responsible for providing strategic HR leadership to 34,000 employees who deliver quality of life services to clients at more than 1,800 locations in the corporate, healthcare, education, leisure, justice and defence sectors.

Andy’s 20-year career with Sodexo started in 1995, when he joined Gardner Merchant as a training executive. He has occupied a number of roles in operations and functions since then.

Andy is promoted to his new position on the UK & Ireland regional leadership committee from his role as organisational development and change director.

Neil Murray, Sodexo UK & Ireland chairman, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Andy Rogers to the regional leadership committee. As a services provider we rely on our people and Andy’s passion for employee engagement will be essential to Sodexo’s continuing success. I look forward to him bringing his skills and experience to our leadership team.”

Andy Rogers, HR director, Sodexo UK & Ireland, said: “When I started with the company over 20 years ago I would never have imagined to be given such a position. I am delighted to be given the responsibility and look forward to working with my new colleagues to deliver our strategic HR agenda.”

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