Computacenter names new Recruitment Manager

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Yoel Zubizarreta was appointed head of recruitment and talent acquisition at Computacenter, reporting directly to HR Manager Renáta Szabó, according to a press release issued yesterday.

Zubizarreta will devise and implement a recruitment and retention strategy for the center and will work closely with delivery groups at the center, the statement said. 

“I am extremely pleased to welcome Yoel, who is a highly experienced human resources professional. His specialist knowledge will add a valuable perspective to the issues that our company has identified as essential to address so that Computacenter can achieve its ambitions to grow and develop further,” Szabó said in connection with the promotion.

Zubizarreta will join Computacenter in August after almost six years with TATA Consultancy Services (TCS), where he served as head of talent acquisition, responsible for the recruitment targets achieved by TCS in the last three years, the press statement added. 

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