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Peter Lemperis
Global Director of Compensation, Benefits and Mobility at Aramex


Reporting to the Global Chief Human Resources Officer, Peter is responsible for the design, implementation and administration of performance management, recognition, total reward and benefit programs (health, life, disability and retirement) across the globe for Aramex.

Prior to joining Aramex, Peter led the human resources function for the Restaurant Division of Kuwait Food Company (Americana).

A firm believer that organisations are more likely to achieve their strategic and financial objectives when they re-position the employee and customer to be at the heart of what they do, Peter has a wealth of experience in developing people and compensation strategies for global and regional organisations across North America and the MENA region. He brings a broad executive experience, a strong track record of building diverse and capable teams as well as creating shareholder value.

In addition, his previous experience as a management consultant for Mercer and Korn Ferry (Hay Group) has enabled Peter to work with diverse organisations across a variety of sectors, helping them develop appropriate organisational structures; forecast workforce requirements; establish robust performance and talent management solutions; recognize and reward employees; and improve organisational culture.

Peter has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from Indiana University and a specialisation in Business Strategy through the University of Virginia Darden School of Business.

Agenda Sessions

  • Case Study: Establishing An Effective Reward Communication Strategy To Encourage Transparency

  • Panel: Fresh Perspectives On Challenges Around Executive Compensation: Mitigating The Damage When Things Go Wrong