What is your role and what is your connection with Sweden?
My role involves identifying growth opportunities, building strategic relationships, and expanding the business's reach in the Swedish market. I began this role earlier this year, having previously served as a Global Account Manager at Top Employers Institute. In this new role I've been entrusted with overseeing its operations in Sweden.
What can we expect from you as a premium member of the Dutch Chamber?
Being part of the Dutch Chamber is relevant for Top Employers because one of our pillars is that we connect with our participants so that they can learn from each other and celebrate. That is also what I expect to do with the members of the Dutch Chamber. As a premium member of the Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Sweden, I want to share insights, join discussions, and enhance networking. My aim is to use my Top Employers experience to help other members with HR-related topics, share HR Best Practices and show how important employee conditions are to learn and grow the employees and organisation. We focus on Sweden because Swedish companies value employee well-being, diversity, digitalization, remote work, and sustainability.
The topic of the Corporate Lunch is Neurodiversity. What is the reason you chose this topic?
We chose the topic of Neurodiversity for our lunch because understanding and embracing neurodiversity can bring significant benefits to organisations. By learning about neurodivergent traits and perspectives, organisations can foster a more inclusive and innovative workplace culture. Accommodating the needs of neurodivergent employees can unlock their unique talents and contribute to a diverse and high-performing workforce. Additionally, embracing neurodiversity aligns with corporate social responsibility, improves employee morale, and enhances the organisation's reputation as an inclusive employer, attracting top talent from diverse backgrounds.