Daniel Cram Appointed As News Corps’ Human Resources Director

Daniel Cram Appointed As News Corps’ Human Resources Director
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News Corp Australia has announced the appointment of Daniel Cram as human resources director.

Cram is a proven HR executive with demonstrated strong leadership in people and performance strategy, employee relations and business integration and change management in large and diverse organisations. He will join News Corp in October.

 News Corp Australia’s chief transformation officer, Derrick Crowley, said the appointment follows a review of the HR function, and is key to ensuring News Corp has the most effective and efficient HR team for the future.

 “I am delighted that a HR executive of Daniel’s calibre is joining News Corp Australia and I know he will bring tremendous expertise and energy to this important role.”

Most recently, Cram has held the role of executive general manager, people and culture at AGL, where he worked for 10 years. Prior to this, Daniel spent 12 years at Westpac and B&T financial group where he worked in a number of human resource and employee relations roles. 

Daniel holds a bachelor of commerce degree from the University of Wollongong; a masters in industrial relations from Charles Sturt University and has studied at Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

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