Katarzyna Lewiak is the new Human Resources Manager in Poland / Expanding the International HR team / Standardised personnel strategy throughout all of Europe
EUROPART continues to grow throughout Europe and is expanding its international Human Resources department accordingly: Katarzyna Lewiak (41) joined the company as Human Resources Manager and is responsible for all human resources issues in EUROPART Poland – from selecting applicants to personal development. Karin Mehwald, Director HR International: "I am very happy that we have successfully recruited such an experienced and dedicated HR specialist in Katarzyna Lewiak. She is an excellent addition to our team."
As Karin Mehwald explains, EUROPART will continue expanding its successful personnel strategy at an international level. "Competent and dedicated employees who identify with our company and our values, who are focused on the customer and, above all, are happy to provide good service – they are one of the key factors behind the Europe-wide success of EUROPART. Mrs. Lewiak will support us in Poland, helping us to recruit suitable employees.
They will further expand the EUROPART network and also encourage and challenge our existing employees."
"Spare parts business is people business", knows Katarzyna Lewiak. And that is exactly why I am very pleased with my new role at EUROPART." The HR specialist has been working in human resources for 16 years with international companies and public authorities. She last worked at an international electronics manufacturer, where she was responsible for developing and implementing HR processes and strategies.
Midterm EUROPART intends to expand its international HR team in other countries. Currently an HR Manager position has been created in Sweden and the recruiting is in progress. Other countries will follow during the course of the year. EUROPART is now present in 28 countries in Europe with more than 300 locations, some with a sales organisation, and some with dealers. EUROPART employs 1.800 people throughout the Europe.