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    Clemenger names James Schaw workplace experience and building manager

    Clemenger Group has promoted James Schaw to the newly-created role of national workplace experience and building manager. 

    Schaw is tasked with fostering the cultural connection, learning and development, and creativity and innovation across all Clemenger Group workplaces in Australia.

    This includes prioritising employee safety and wellbeing, and supporting the Group’s progressive, diversity and inclusivity goals.

    Schaw joined Clemenger Group in Melbourne in 2009 as a catering manager before transitioning to the role of building and operations manager for its Melbourne offices.

    “Clemenger Group has been such a wonderful place to work and grow, and I am  delighted to be able to build further connections across our agencies across Australia,” said Schaw. 

    I’m passionate about creating environments where our people feel safe, supported, and inspired to do  their best work, and collaborating with our diverse teams to enhance their workplace experience.” 

    Clemenger Group’s head of people and culture, Raj Tapper, added: “Jimmy is the kind of person who goes the extra mile to ensure our people and clients have everything they need. He embodies all of our Clemenger Group values – particularly ‘Think We, Not Me’ – and has been integral to our company’s success.

    “We are excited to have Jimmy oversee a national approach to our workplace experience. His dedication  to fostering a positive and productive work environment is unparalleled, and I am confident that under his  leadership, our workplaces will continue to thrive and evolve to meet the needs of our talented people.”

    Last week, Clemenger Group’s CHEP Network also announced the promotion of Tash Johnson to national head of integrated production.

    Around the same time, creative agency Clemenger BBDO launched a new campaign for Victoria’s Transport Accident Commission (TAC) that aims to give tired drivers a serious wakeup call and address the statistic that in Victoria, 16% to 20% of all fatal crashes can be attributed to fatigue.

    See also:
    CHEP promotes Tash Johnson to national head of integrated production
    TAC and Clems launch ‘Driving tired? Wake up to yourself’ awareness campaign

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