I4PRO has a new Human Resources director
This year, i4pro has strengthened its team in several areas. Boasting nearly 180 associates, in August the company announced it hired a new Human Resources director.
With 15 years’ experience in the HR area, and 10 years holding leadership positions, Carolina Florence (picture), worked until March 2020 as LatAm Human Resources Director at GYMPASS, where she was responsible for the startup’s local and international teams in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.
Previously, she had worked at national and multinational companies such as NET, Claro, Indra and Mutant.
Carolina brings to i4pro her solid knowledge in Strategic HR Management, Cultural Transformation, Leadership Development and Training, Change Management, Talent Acquisition, Management and Retention, Remuneration and Benefits, and Organizational Management Processes.
"The technology market has grown at full throttle and, in the corporate setting, the greatest challenge for the HR area will be to establish I4PRO’s culture and organizational values."
A Social Service graduate from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro with a degree in People Management from Universidade Estácio de Sá and post-graduation in Strategic Human Resources Management from BSB – Business School São Paulo, Carolina will play an important role in I4PRO’s market growth, in addition to developing and improving the company’s HR strategies. “The technology market has grown at full throttle and, in the corporate setting, the greatest challenge for the HR area will be to establish I4PRO’s culture and organizational values, strengthen our associates’ sense of belongingness and commitment to the organizational transformation and professionalization we are going through. We are experiencing this pandemic in a setting never tried before, and we will need to innovate and reinvent ourselves every day. Preparing our leaders and associates to a new landscape, in which it will be necessary to manage costs and resources efficiently, facilitating, automating and simplifying routines, reducing reworks, boosting productivity and results; and that way, increasingly improving people’s motivation and engagement. And that will depend on focus, good will and collaboration by all of us”, adds the professional.