Cristina Mancaș, Vice President of Human Resources at Schneider Electric South East Europe, will be a speaker at BR’s upcoming Working Romania HR Conference, where she will talk about topics ranging from recruitment to talent management, or building organizational culture, backed by her 15 years of experience in HR.
Cristina Mancaș is Vice President of Human Resources at Schneider Electric South East Europe. A graduate of the Academy of Economic Studies, with a degree in Management, Cristina joined the Schneider Electric team six years ago, as HR Director for Romania. Her great activity and results were noticed and so two years later, she was promoted to a regional position. At Schneider Electric, Cristina brought 15 years of experience in the field of human resources, working in large companies in the banking sector and oil industry. From the Bucharest office, Cristina Mancaș coordinates all the human resources activities of the EEA region for Schneider Electric, from recruitment to talent management, building organizational culture.
“Happy to join the HR Elite Professionals Community’s event organized by Business Review on March 30th and to share and learn together how we can reinvent the way we work in these different times #SEGreatPeople #NewWaysOfWorking #futureofwork #WorkingRomaniaHRConference“, Cristina Mancaș shared in a LinkedIn post.
In October 2020, the SEE (Southeastern Europe) HR VicePresident of the Schneider Electric Group also sat down with us under the HR Spotlight and shared her views about the latest developments in the industry.
“Certainly, the use of technology allowed us to continue to work in a seemingly normal way these past months. And even before the pandemic, we were using extensively software tools to plan meetings, deploy training sessions, set objectives and measure job performance. The usual set of tools. Now that our work has become 100% online, I can say it is efficient and we got used to it, but I can also say I miss the human touch, I miss the face to face meetings.” Cristina Mancaș said on the occasion.
One of her main activities at Schneider Electric, recruiting and onboarding was also among the topics discussed in the #HRSpotlight Interview.
“Recruiting and onboarding have, probably, been the toughest challenges we had to face. For no other reason than the limitations we now had in explaining and demonstrating the Schneider Electric Romania organizational culture to the new recruits. We have a vibrant organization, of dedicated professionals, meeting with them and understanding the feeling of camaraderie we all share is very important for any new employee. Of course we tried to replicate most of that online and we made sure new employees have access to as many relevant colleagues as possible. I can only hope we did a good job.” Said the Schneider Electric Vice President of Human Resources.
Make sure to join up with Cristina Mancaș and an entire roster of great speakers at BR’s upcoming Working Romania HR Conference, March 30, starting at 14:30. Register for the online event by clicking the banner below: