Tonio Mifsud Bonnici Farsons / LinkedIn

Tonio Mifsud Bonnici has been appointed Head of Human Resources (HR) at Farsons Group, the company announced on Thursday (today).

In doing so, he takes over from Joseph Camilleri, who had been named in the role last April.

His new role comes after an impressive 35-year tenure within Farsons Group, having initially worked in operations to HR. The company stated that this transition reflects his “unwavering commitment and continuous growth.”

He had first started out as a Quality Assurance (QA) Technician, before he then pursued and obtained a master’s degree in HR Management and Performance Development, paving the way for his current role in HR.

Mr Mifsud Bonnici’s daily responsibilities involve managing HR strategy meetings, supporting his team, and process management in implementing HR initiatives across Farsons Group. “His collaborative approach and focus on fostering employee engagement and well-being are fundamental to our workplace culture,” Farsons Group added.

Over the years, Mr Mifsud Bonnici, together with his predecessors, has successfully negotiated various collective agreements, leading to excellent relations with unions and employees, and has also served as a mentor to numerous team members.

Established since 1928, Farsons Group is engaged in the brewing, production and sale and distribution of beers and beverages, the importation, wholesale and retail of food products and beverages, the operation of franchised food retailing establishments, and the management and operation of a newly-regenerated brewery.

Featured Image:

New Farsons Group Head of HR Tonio Mifsud Bonnici / LinkedIn

Related

Malta should explore state aid to ease freight costs, C-level logistics experts suggest

25 April 2024
by MaltaCEOs

Retail Marketing Ltd CEO Jonathan Shaw believes Malta should join forces with other island nations that face similar logistical challenges.

‘The electrification wave of the automotive market is in full swing’ – Gasan Group CEO Mark Gasan

25 April 2024
by MaltaCEOs

He spoke at the launch of electric vehicle ultra-fast charging stations by the Group’s engineering arm, Mekanika.

ClearFlowPlus green bond issue ‘marks the beginning of an exciting phase,’ says Chairman

25 April 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

While the Water Services Corporation subsidiary reported a decrease in pre-tax profit, Vincent Micallef still says 2023 was a ‘milestone’ ...

‘After 19 years, I went back to where it all began’: MaritimeMT CEO Pauline Micallef visits former school

25 April 2024
by Anthea Cachia

During her visit, she shared the various opportunities for women within the maritime industry.

Close Bitnami banner
Bitnami