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Ashfield Healthcare Communications promotes Gill Adair

She becomes global head of talent acquisition

Ashfield Healthcare Communications Gill AdairAshfield Healthcare Communications has promoted Gill Adair to become its new global head of talent acquisition.

Adair first joined the Macclesfield, UK-based communications firm from AstraZeneca in 1999 and has since held a number of increasingly senior positions.

Most recently, she served as a senior vice president for ACUMED and Seren Communications, a part of Ashfield Healthcare Communications.

 Adair said: “I'm thrilled to have taken on this exciting new role.

“I know from personal experience what it takes to define a career and progress within the medical communications sector. More crucially I understand what clients want and how important cultural fit is for new talent joining us.

“Not only will my role focus on our approach to acquiring talent, but it will also allow me to identify opportunities for career development for existing employees.”

5th May 2016

From: Marketing

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