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Electrosonic appoints Michelle Byrne as chief people officer
Fri, 20th May 2022
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Michelle Byrne has been appointed as its new chief people officer.

In this role, Byrne will be responsible for all aspects of people management, including talent acquisition, development and retention.

With over 15 years of experience in human resources and leadership positions within technology companies, Byrne is well-equipped to lead Electrosonic's people operations and help the company continue its growth trajectory driving employee engagement across the Group.

In her new position, Byrne will be responsible for leading human resources, internal communications, employee engagement and safety. She will be responsible for all aspects of the Electrosonic Group people agenda, including attracting, engaging, and retaining talent to accelerate Electrosonic's position as a leading technology professional services enterprise.

"We're thrilled to have Michelle lead our People and Culture Team at Electrosonic as chief people officer," Electrosonic president and managing director Ewan Smith says.

"She's an inspired choice who has grown her responsibilities internally, demonstrating leadership skills along the way, and she'll be able to help us gain a significant competitive advantage," Smith adds.

"I am incredibly excited to further expand my responsibilities at Electrosonic and continue the focus on cultivating an amazing employee experience," Byrne says.

"In today's competitive environment, people are what make for enterprise success; I can't wait to enhance the passion and culture of Electrosonic in my new role as CPO.

"It's going be an honour working alongside everyone here who shares our values."