Prysmian hires new group chief HR and organisation officer

Prysmian group chief HRGlobal cabling  provider Prysmian has appointed Francesco Tutino group chief HR and organisation officer as of this month.

Tutino will oversee all of Prysmian’s HR activities for its more than 30,000 employees across 150 countries.

He has more than 20 years of experience in HR and has held leadership positions at several multinational organisations. Throughout his career, Tutino has held various roles at agricultural machinery employer CNH, and global automotive businesses Denso and Iveco Group, the latter of which he most recently worked at as chief human resources and IT officer.

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Tutino said: “I am pleased to join Prysmian and contribute to implementing its strategic plan. Prysmian is an organisation that stands out for its ability to identify and value talent, offering an environment where people can grow, share ideas, and collaborate towards common goals. I am committed to contributing to the consolidation of a corporate culture that puts people front and centre, promoting inclusion and innovation, recognising merit, and considering training and development as key elements to ensuring work-life balance.”

Massimo Battaini, chief executive officer and general manager at Prysmian, added: “We believe that Francesco’s expertise and competencies will significantly contribute to our group’s success, enhancing the value of our people, who are our founding pillar.”