Janine Palm


Job Title: Social Executive

Company: Attacq


Janine Palm is an experienced Human Resources Operations Manager with a passion for transformation and employee engagement. She has worked with top consulting firms such as McKinsey & Company and Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Janine is currently employed as the Social Executive at Attacq Limited. Her work experience spans over 17 years, starting as an Internal Recruitment Consultant at Premier Personnel in 2005, and rising up the ranks to become a Transformation & HR Manager at BCG in 2018.  Janine holds a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) degree in Corporate Strategy from GIBS. She also has a Bachelor of Commerce Honours degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Cape Town.

2021 - Present:       Social Executive, Attacq Limited
2018-2021:              Transformation & HR Manager, Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
2016-2017:              Human Resources Operations Manager, Discovery Vitality
2013-2016:              Transformation Manager, McKinsey & Company
2011-2012:               Implementation Practice Coordinator, McKinsey & Company
2011 - 2011:             B-BBEE Consultant, Independent Contractor
2008-2011:              Human Resources Coordinator, McKinsey & Company
2006-2008:              Recruiter, McKinsey & Company
2005-2006:              Internal Recruitment Consultant, Premier Personnel

2020-2022:              MPhil, Corporate Strategy, GIBS Business School 
2004-2005:              B.Com Honours, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, University of Cape Town
2001-2003:              B.Com, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, University of Johannesburg

About Attacq Limited: Attacq Limited is a South African-based real estate investment trust that operates in the retail, commercial, and industrial sectors. The company is focused on creating sustainable value for its stakeholders through the development and management of high-quality properties in strategic locations. Attacq Limited's portfolio includes some of the most iconic properties in South Africa, such as the Mall of Africa and Waterfall City. 

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