Allied Glass Appoints Head of Human Resources

Allied Glass Containers, the Yorkshire based premium glass packaging manufacturer, has recently appointed Trish Sharkey to the post of Head of Human Resources.

To be based at the company’s head office in Leeds, she will lead the HR team and report directly to Allied’s Operations Director Richard Summers, who says about her appointment:

“I am delighted to announce Trish’s appointment.  She is an outstanding HR professional, with considerable skill and a wealth of company experience and I am sure she will be a great asset to Allied Glass in her new role.”

Trish has worked for Allied Glass for 22 years, originally working for Gregg & Company, and has since enjoyed a variety of roles across Human Resources.  

In her new position, she will be tasked with originating and driving the provision of high performance and value adding HR services throughout the Company, which reflect the existing and developing needs of Allied Glass, Trish says about her appointment:

“Allied Glass Containers has a great heritage and I look forward to working with my colleagues to build upon this, whilst maintaining our reputation as one of Europe’s most prominent suppliers of premium glass packaging.  My aim is to provide the best opportunities for Allied and its employees.  This will come through improved processes and increased dialogue with managers as well as greater employee engagement, providing real long-term benefits for the Company, our employees and customers.”

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Date: 17 May 2012

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