UK - Hewitt Bacon & Woodrow has appointed Leslie Moss to head up its executive remuneration and employee share plan consulting team following the retirement of Elizabeth Hubbick last year.
He brings over 25 years of experience to the position, particularly in the areas of reward strategy, M&A, executive compensation, share plans and HR strategy/processes.
Leslie has been a principal consultant with Hewitt since 1999. Prior to joining the firm he spent 11 years as founder-director of consulting firm, Human Resource Partnership.
Commenting on his appointment, Moss said: Executive remuneration and corporate governance are currently very high-profile and critical issues for clients and we are well-equipped to offer expert counsel in these areas and as part of an organisation's broader HR strategy.
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