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Merck KGaA: Piotr Bednarczuk to Lead Corporate HR
28-07-2011: Merck announced that Piotr Bednarczuk will succeed Gregor Wehner, Head of Corporate Human Resources (HR), who will retire at the end of September 2011. Piotr Bednarczuk will join Merck as of October 1 and will report to Kai Beckmann, Executive Board Member of Merck and responsible for HR. In this role, Piotr Bednarczuk will lead the reorganization currently underway to consolidate HR globally across the Merck Group.
Piotr Bednarczuk (49) started his career at German airlines Lufthansa in a project management program after having received his Master of Business Administration and PhD in Marketing from the University of Cologne. In 1991, he moved to Lufthansa Consulting GmbH as head of Organizational and Personnel Consulting and became Senior Vice President Organizational Consulting and Human Resources in 1995. In 1999, he joined Hewitt Associates where he held several leading positions in Germany, the US and China. From October 2009, he was regional leader for the Organizational Practice for China, based in Shanghai. Piotr Bednarczuk is a US citizen.
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