New Appointment: Marta Skalska
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Marta Skalska, Head of Research.
It is with great pleasure that I announce our latest addition to the SpengerFox Group, Marta Skalska, who will assume the role of Head of Research. Marta will be based in Warsaw, one of our firms strategic hub locations and will be responsible for developing cutting edge and best practice research capabilities within the SpenglerFox Group. She will lead the initiative to ensure consistency in approach and systems used across the group as we invest in best practice and research training, assuring the delivery of best in class services. She will work closely with our Senior Management team to advise on recruitment strategy, sourcing tools and continuous improvement initiatives.
Marta has over 14 years of experience in recruitment, specialized in automotive, industrial manufacturing, aerospace and defence, oil & gas and temporary assignments, gained from recruitment companies in Poland and the United Kingdom. Started her career in temporary recruitment, then moved to sales and business development functions, working as 360 consultant, selling and working as an Account Manager on own projects, large accounts, also leading a team of recruiters. After returning from the UK to Poland she has worked for management consulting company within HR sector, supporting big outplacement project for steelwork factory and state-owned coal minery in Poland. Worked on HR strategy, training and workshops, organisational transformation, talent management, market mappings, job evaluation, assessment and development centres, audits, HR functions effectiveness, labour issues, took part in negotiations with trade unions. Last, almost 4,5 years she has spent working at Korn Ferry, where she was supporting executive searches across EMEA (mainly in Scandinavia, Benelux, Switzerland and Balkans) within industrial manufacturing, aerospace, defence and automotive sectors.
She has studied Law at Warsaw University. Marta speaks native Polish and fluent English. She lives by the motto‚ Do not overanalyze, life is simple.’