Yorkshire based outsource HR specialist and provider of advisory services, AdviserPlus, has appointmented Rob Divall to its board as director of strategic and service development.
AdviserPlus supports large organisations across the UK, and beyond, by providing HR and other professional services on their behalf.
They are leading the way with their unique model for advising and coaching managers to deal effectively with employment and performance matters, whilst working alongside the internal HR functions of the organisations they support.
Divall joins AdviserPlus from Lloyds Banking Group where he held a variety of senior positions, most recently as HR Director for the Lloyds, Halifax & Bank of Scotland Branch Network (the UK’s largest Retail branch network).
He has worked extensively at Lloyds to successfully lead the development of both the customer experience and the internal colleague culture and gained valuable experience from his lead role in the largest Banking integration of recent times when Lloyds acquired HBOS in 2009.
Before Lloyds, Mr Divall worked with Accenture, The Big Food Group and Boots the Chemist in a number of senior HR and operational roles.
Mr Divall said:
“AdviserPlus has established a significant presence in the delivery of professional HR services to large organisations and is set to make an even greater impact in the coming years.
“To have the opportunity to be part of, and to shape, such ambitious growth is a rare and exciting challenge, and I’m looking forward to getting started.’
Chris Clarke, CEO of AdviserPlus, Chris Clarke, said:
“As an organisation we recognised growth averaging 25 per cent over the last three years.
“As AdviserPlus grows and matures it will continue to build strength and depth into all aspects of its proposition and capability, including its leadership team.
“Rob will be an asset to us and to our customers given his customer-oriented HR experience in large businesses.
“He is a perfect fit for the culture within AdviserPlus and we’re looking forward to working with him.”