US: CCE takes on former Pepsi HR exec
Coca-Cola Enterprises has appointed a senior VP for its human resources division.
The company said yesterday (2 August) that Greg Lee - who has previously worked for PepsiCo - will assume the position with immediate effect. Lee will oversee the development of human resources strategy and initiatives, and will report to company president and CEO John Brock.
Lee joins the Coke bottler after spending five years in the equivalent position at Sear, Roebuck and Company.
From 1983 to 1993, he held several positions with PepsiCo, including vice president of personnel, vice president of human resources, vice president of employee relations and director of personnel.
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