Hans Leentjes, President Northern Europe, to Step Down and Jilko Andringa promoted to President Northern Europe
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN) announced today that Hans Leentjes, President of ManpowerGroup Northern Europe, will step down from his role effective December 31 2015, and will be succeeded by Jilko Andringa, currently European Regional Managing Director. Leentjes has served over 10 years at ManpowerGroup in several leadership roles and will continue to represent ManpowerGroup as Vice President of CIETT, in his capacity as VP of External Affairs.
Jonas Prising, CEO of ManpowerGroup, said: "Hans has been a key contributor to our global leadership team. His deep industry knowledge, client first approach and strategic vision have consistently delivered superior results and his leadership and passion have benefited our clients, our associates and our people. I am very pleased that our strong talent pipeline provides the opportunity for Jilko Andringa to succeed him. I am confident that Jilko's leadership will enable us to further strengthen our performance in the region."
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