More NewsTMP Worldwide Reorganizes

TMP Worldwide Reorganizes

The recruiter is reorganizing its overseas operations.

Recruiter TMP Worldwide Inc. , whose properties include Monster.com, Wednesday revealed a reorganization strategy for its Latin American and European operations.

Effective immediately, Andrea Wine fills the position of managing director, TMP Worldwide Latin America. She is responsible for developing and leading the company’s executive search and selection operations in Latin America.

Stephen R. Strain has been selected to fill Wine’s former position of managing director of TMP Worldwide Executive Search, Europe.

According to Steve Potter, TMP chief executive officer, Wine is charged with developing thriving executive search and mid-level selection businesses in Latin America.

“Meanwhile, Steven Strain will focus on cultivating top-tier executive search niche and building our European industry practices and cross-border search capabilities,” he said.

Both parties will complete the transition to their new roles by the early fall, and each will relocate to a country in their respective regions.

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