PFA's head of CSR quits after two months of employment

Sille Beck-Hansen had her first day as head of corporate responsibility at PFA at the start of December - and after less than two months at the pension company, she has left.

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Sille Beck-Hansen apparently got an offer she couldn't refuse. After less than two months as head of corporate responsibility at PFA, she started a new job as a lobbyist at SAS airlines on Monday.

"Sometimes an offer comes in from the left field that you just can't say no to - and I have been lucky enough to get one of these!" Beck-Hansen writes on her Linkedin profile, adding:

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