Marloes Sengers will be responsible for the company-wide HR policy of APG

Marloes Sengers will be responsible for the company-wide HR policy of APG
HEERLEN, 30-Mar-2018 — /EuropaWire/ — Marloes Sengers (36) has been appointed Human Resources Director by APG’s Executive Board from April 1, 2018. In this position, she is responsible for the company-wide HR policy of APG, fulfilling a crucial role in the current change process within pension provider APG.
In 2017, APG presented a new mission and vision, which was translated into a group-wide strategy. APG’s ambition is that by 2025, pension and other funds, and their participants, will automatically turn to APG to secure their financial future. APG is working on its development toward realization of this ambition.
The engine of change are APG’s employees. For that reason, the Executive Board selected an HR Director who is familiar with APG and successfully contributes to the change program. Marloes Sengers was the driving force behind The Making of You, the program designed to enable APG to improve the quality of its services by encouraging sustainable employability of its employees. The Making of You is one of the results of the constructive CLA negotiations conducted and completed in 2017. Marloes was in charge of the negotiations.
Gerard van Olphen, APG Group CEO: “In the coming years, we aim to make APG even more agile to ensure optimal service to our pension funds and their participants. The role of the HR Director is crucial in this respect. I am very pleased that we can appoint Marloes Sengers in this crucial position. I am also proud that we can fill this type of top position with our own talent. Marloes has already made a major contribution to our change process, and I am looking forward to continuing our collaboration with this top officer in her new role.”
Marloes Sengers is currently the Human Resources Manager and joined APG in 2014. Before her transfer to APG, she worked for companies such as Delta Lloyd. She studied Law and Psychology at Utrecht University.
SOURCE: APG
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