New General Manager HR for CMP

Povl Røjkjær has been appointed General Manager HR at CMP. Over the past three years he has worked as a human resources consultant for the company and later as HR partner, so his is a familiar face. He will now be taking on responsibility for human resources issues at the Danish-Swedish company.

“The complexity of CMP is an interesting experience. My impression from my first three years is that there are both similarities and differences in culture between the Danes and the Swedes. The culture is both differentiated and homogeneous. It’s hard to put a label on it. Just as we can be different, we can be the same too.”

“I will be working to ensure that we become better still at bringing out the best in each other. We need be clear about responsibilities and opportunities – who should do what, when and why – so that responsibility is placed as close to the task as possible,” Povl Røjkjær says.

Povl Røjkjær was a psychology graduate focusing on business psychology when he joined CMP three years ago. He also has a past as an officer in the military.
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