The new Chief Executive has started work for Interserve. In the middle of November 2016 it was announced that Adrian Ringrose, Chief Executive at the time, was handing in his notice. Adrian worked until the end of the day on the 31st August 2017 in order to ensure that the transition to the new Chief Executive went as smoothly as possible.
The newly appointed Debbie White started in her new role on the 1st of September 2017. Debbie has joined the team at Interserve after working for 13 years at the support service company Sodexo. In her previous role Debbie White was the CEO of Global Healthcare and Government. Debbie will be an asset to the company and will help to develop Interserve further and their boost facilities management services.
In her new role it is thought that Debbie White will be guiding Interserve through a transitional phase, as the company turn their focus to their facilities management, catering and cleaning services as opposed to their construction and civil engineering divisions that have been at the forefront of their business for so long. Debbie’s work will continue on this path following an announcement that was made recently claiming that the business will no longer be competing on construction contracts that exceed £10 million. Interserve is known for being a multi-national support services and construction company that is based in the UK. The business focuses offering advice, design, construction, equipment and facilities management as well as supplying a range of frontline public services.
Debbie White’s Predecessor meanwhile, worked longer than his nine months’ notice period, and will leave Interserve with an exit payment which is said to be £325,593. This payment has been calculated in respect of the basic pay which will stretch until the 7th of March, and when Adrian’s notice period ends.