Phillips, Lucy
August 2007
People Management;8/23/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 17, p56
The article features Bruno Jonczyk, group human resource director of Faurecia for Poland and the Czech Republic. He decided to move to Poland to change the human resource (HR) function from an administrative to one that dealt with other issues such as people development, talent retention and assessment. HR, he says, is about hiring people and looking after them. His first job was as an HR manager for a French building with about 1,000 staff.


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