A2 Milk’s Burquest departs for Virgin

Staff reporters
Mon, 18 Jan 2021

A2 Milk’s chief people, safety and sustainability officer has resigned effective Jan. 31 and is heading to Virgin Australia.Lisa Burquest will become chief people officer for the airline on Feb. 1, a role that will allow her to leverage her experience in managing large workforces undergoing transformation and change, A2 Milk said in a statement.She will be working for former A2 chief executive Jayne Hrdlicka who took over as Virgin Australia chief executive late last year.Hrdlicka told The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald a slew of recen...

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