MEA

Malta Employers’ Association (MEA) has appointed Joanne Bondin its new President, taking over from Dolores Sammut Bonnici.

Joanne Bondin

Ms Bondin has served on the Council of the MEA for a number of years, and, has 15 years of experience in providing consultancy services to a variety of companies.

She rises to the helm of the organisation at a time when its stance has become increasingly relevant, as it engages in discussions surrounding workers “right to disconnect”.

Ms Bondin brings with her to the position a breadth of experience in a variety of positions.

She advises small, medium and large enterprises on change management, organisation restructuring, strategic talent acquisition, and helps businesses streamline their operation to achieve their strategic objectives.

Ms Bondin also provides consultancy services on business plan writing, EU funding, corporate governance and family business planning and relationship management.

She is involved in the design of employer branding strategies, job evaluation assignments and employee engagement and wellness assessments.

Ms Bondin joined MISCO’s recruitment team in 2006 and has since held various roles within the company.

She has been appointed Director of MISCO Consulting and HR Outsourcing and Temping Services Limited in 2017 and has also delivered a number of soft skills programmes throughout her tenure at MISCO.

In addition to various certifications, she is a member of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC), Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP) and The British Psychological Society (BPS).

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