American Express Global Business Travel has appointed Patricia Huska to the role of chief people officer.
Huska reports to American Express Global Business Travel chief executive Doug Anderson and has joined his executive leadership team.
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Anderson said: “American Express Global Business Travel is a people-first organisation, and Patricia cares about nothing more than the wellbeing and development of our people.
“She has been part of the American Express Global Business Travel family for many years and is highly respected by co-workers across the globe.
“I could think of no one better to elevate our workplace culture and employee engagement.”
Huska will drive a people-focused strategy designed to attract and retain talent, while furthering American Express Global Business Travel’s focus on being the employer of choice in the global travel industry.
She will be responsible for all traditional human resources requirements that support more than 16,000 highly-skilled business travel professionals across American Express Global Business Travel global enterprise.
Huska said: “American Express Global Business Travel’s success is based entirely on its people.
“Ensuring everyone has the best experience possible and every opportunity to grow and develop professionally is critical to our ongoing success.
“I am determined that American Express Global Business Travel will be known as the most exciting, diverse and rewarding place to work in the global business travel industry.”
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Huska was previously vice president of global human resources for American Express Global Business Travel, responsible for the development and execution of strategies aimed at attracting talent, while retaining and engaging the existing employee base. She also has significant merger and acquisition experience.
With 25 years at American Express and American Express Global Business Travel, Huska has a broad human resources background including employee relations, recruitment, change management, and organisational effectiveness.
Source: Breaking Travel News