Adecco Hungary names new CEO

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Stefano Longo has been appointed country manager at Adecco Hungary, an HR solutions firm, effective from August 23, 2016, according to a press release issued yesterday (Wednesday) .

Longo joined the Adecco Group in 1998 as Branch Manager and has filled various positions there. Since 2003, he has developed his career at the international level mainly in Central and Eastern Europe, being country manager in Austria, Czech Republic and Bulgaria, while he was responsible for operations in different sub regions of Eastern Europe, the press statement says. His first involvement with Hungary was in 2008, when the country was included in his area of responsibility. 

In the last three years, Stefano was part of the global IT organization, being responsible for the development of the Adecco Group CRM. He successfully implemented this in a number of countries, and it has been adopted by thousands of his colleagues, the press statement says.

¬†‚ÄúI am honored to be appointed as country manager of Adecco Hungary, and I‚Äôm looking forward to working with the passionate team Adecco has in this beautiful country,‚ÄĚ said Longo. ‚ÄúThe challenging Hungarian economic and labor environment offers a great chance to Adecco to grow, providing innovative solutions to our clients and candidates. Thanks to our colleagues‚Äô skills and team spirit, I‚Äôm sure we will be able to take advantage of these opportunities in order to strengthen Adecco‚Äôs leadership position in the country.‚ÄĚ ¬† ¬†

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