Guillermo Tena is new Director of Cuatrecasas International Institute and Counsel at the firm

2016年7月11日

Guillermo Tena is new Director of Cuatrecasas International Institute and Counsel at the firm
Guillermo Tena is new Director of Cuatrecasas International Institute and Counsel at the firm

Guillermo Tena is the new director of the Cuatrecasas International Institute for Legal Strategy in Human Resources, chaired by Salvador del Rey, and joins the firm as counsel in the Madrid office.

His proven experience in human resources and knowledge of the impact of new technologies on work organization will contribute considerably to the Cuatrecasas International Institute’s progress in developing its three strategic pillars: (i) modernization of the labor regulatory framework, (ii) the impact of new technologies on the management of human resources and employment, and (iii) the effects of globalization on that management.

Guillermo Tena is already familiar with the institute, as he has been a member of its advisory committee representing ABB and Iberia. He replaces Pablo Pastor, who will maintain links with the Cuatrecasas International Institute as a member of its advisory committee in his new professional project and who has contributed significantly to developing this business forum.

 

Guillermo Tena

Over the course of his extensive career, Mr. Tena has held senior management positions in human resources, in Spain and abroad, in multinationals in different sectors, including Iberia, ABB, Unilever, Procter & Gamble and Johnson Logistic. He has an MBA from the University of Houston and is an associate lecturer at the Instituto de Empresa.

 

Instituto Internacional Cuatrecasas

The Cuatrecasas International Institute’s advisory committee is made up of 42 large companies and has a member network of over 400 companies. In its seven years of existence, the institute has established itself as a meeting point to work with businesses and other representatives to (i) identify operational strategies, (ii) promote improvements in the labor regulatory framework, and (iii) improve human resource management efficiency.

 

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