SThree chief operating officer Justin Hughes to stand down

Writer, Stock Market Wire
Monday, July 1, 2019 - 07:09

Recruitment firm SThree said that chief operating officer Justin Hughes was standing down from 1 July.

He would will remain with the group to provide handover and transition duties for the next two-to-three months.

A process was underway to identify a new COO 'with the specialist global skillset to enable the business strategy and drive it forward to the next level', SThree said.

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