Luigi Marino expands his responsibilities in the human resources department of British Telecom (BT) by adding to the Europe and America region (US and Latin America) and all sales structures of the global division, serving multinational companies and major international organizations in 180 countries around the world.
Marino, 44, with a degree in Business Administration from the University of Rome Tri “Federico Caffe” and an MBA from Louis Business School in Rome, joined BT in May 2017 as a HR Manager in Italy.
Previously (from 2005 to 2017), he held positions of increasing responsibility both centrally and internationally in the Human Resources Department of the Piaggio Group.
“BT runs a business that is both innovative and complex that has a positive impact on the quality of life of millions of end customers, and our bottom line is”Connect for goodIn this context, our employees make a difference and the role of the HR function is increasingly critical, a kind of laboratory geared towards continuous innovation, particularly in a post-pandemic era where the world of work has changed and the same colleagues are reviewing priorities and lifestyles. There are many HR challenges on the horizon, the ability to attract talent in sectors such as networking, security and cloud as well as identifying and developing “skills of the future” to support BT Global’s growth, more.Fantastic, as well as implementing new organizational models able to reap all the benefits of post-pandemic hybrid work Marino said.
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