Barnett Waddingham welcomes HR strategy specialist to lead new Workplace Consultancy team

Published by Damian Stancombe on

We’re delighted to welcome Peter Meyler to lead our new Workplace Consultancy team. An expert in HR strategy, Peter’s wealth of experience strengthens the existing award-winning Workplace Health and Wealth (WHW) team.

Peter joins us as the Head of Workplace Consultancy after seven years at John Lewis Partnership, where he led on HR metrics, analysis and insight and strategy development.

Peter’s forward-thinking team, which will focus on workforce structure, will include experts in employee wellbeing strategies and people analytics. Peter will be supported by the existing specialists within WHW, who already provide DC and risk consultancy to some of the largest UK corporates. 

Previously the Head of Employee Research at both Ipsos MORI and ORC International, Peter has a wealth of experience in the industry and has worked with a number of blue chip organisations. The skills and knowledge he has attained in these roles include human capital management, employee engagement, workforce planning, and diversity & inclusion.

“It is an opportune time to be joining Barnett Waddingham to help their clients understand and maximise the value from, and to, their people. Through our proposition, we will help employers enhance the performance of their business – improving the happiness, health and wellbeing of their employees.”

Peter Meyler, Head of Workplace Consultancy

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“We are at the start of something new, but increasing regulatory pressure and the corporate’s desire to show transparency and strong governance will drive forward huge change in the consultancy arena. Peter Meyler is the catalyst for us to push forward with our vision to map out the workforce and evidence where we can add value in our independent consultancy. It is an exciting time to be part of Barnett Waddingham.”

Damian Stancombe, Partner and Head of Workplace Health and Wealth