Jorge Perez Izquierdo

Senior Vice President, Staffing for North America

Jorge Perez Izquierdo is senior vice president for Manpower’s North American Staffing organization. In this role, he leads the company’s staffing businesses in both the United States and Canada. Prior to joining the North America organization, he spent seven years as the managing director of Manpower Mexico, Central America and the Dominican Republic Region.

In 1994, Perez Izquierdo joined Manpower Mexico and held several positions supporting clients, including IBM, HP and American Express. He developed recruitment process outsourcing-related business and opened new markets within Mexico as well as in Central America, establishing the organization as the industry leader in this region, capturing more than 50 percent market share.

Before joining Manpower, he worked for five years as a managing engineer at the Viticulture Company, Pedro Domecq, where he coordinated several investment projects.

Perez Izquierdo earned a degree in Electromechanical Engineering from La Salle University, Philadelphia, Penn., USA and has completed several executive programs, including an AD Executive Direction Program from the IPADE Institute in Mexico and an Executive Program from the INSEAD Business School in Fontainebleau, France. He has also completed advanced studies in Finance and Quality Management.

Perez Izquierdo is the founder of the AMECH – the Mexican Association for Human Capital Companies, representing the top employment services companies in Mexico. He served as a member of the Laboral Committee for the Reforma newspaper in Mexico, helping define key labor topics.

Active in the community, Perez Izquierdo is a board member of Milwaukee’s La Casa de Esperanza Foundation and a member of the Executive Forum of the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility. 

 

 Jorge Perez Izquierdo is senior vice president for Manpower’s North American Staffing organization. In this role, he leads the company’s staffing businesses in both the United States and Canada. Prior to joining the North America organization, he spent seven years as the managing director of Manpower Mexico, Central America and the Dominican Republic Region.

In 1994, Perez Izquierdo joined Manpower Mexico and held several positions supporting clients, including IBM, HP and American Express. He developed recruitment process outsourcing-related business and opened new markets within Mexico as well as in Central America, establishing the organization as the industry leader in this region, capturing more than 50 percent market share.

Before joining Manpower, he worked for five years as a managing engineer at the Viticulture Company, Pedro Domecq, where he coordinated several investment projects.

Perez Izquierdo earned a degree in Electromechanical Engineering from La Salle University, Philadelphia, Penn., USA and has completed several executive programs, including an AD Executive Direction Program from the IPADE Institute in Mexico and an Executive Program from the INSEAD Business School in Fontainebleau, France. He has also completed advanced studies in Finance and Quality Management.

Perez Izquierdo is the founder of the AMECH – the Mexican Association for Human Capital Companies, representing the top employment services companies in Mexico. He served as a member of the Laboral Committee for the Reforma newspaper in Mexico, helping define key labor topics.

Active in the community, Perez Izquierdo is a board member of Milwaukee’s La Casa de Esperanza Foundation and a member of the Executive Forum of the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility.

 

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