USA: Polo Ralph Lauren Names Paul Campbell VP Of Labor
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation (NYSE: RL) announced that Paul Campbell has joined the company as vice president of Labor, Community Relations and Diversity. Mr Campbell will work in close partnership with Polo's human resources and senior management to further enhance employee relations and career development. He will report to Mitchell Kosh, senior vice president of Human Resources."I am excited that Paul Campbell has joined our company in this important role. His years of experience and extensive knowledge of employee development and diversity will enable him to direct Polo Ralph Lauren's continued growth in these areas," said Mitchell Kosh, senior vice president of Human Resources, Polo Ralph Lauren.Most recently, Paul Campbell served as vice president of human resources administration and fair employment practice for Foot Locker Worldwide, a division of the Venator Group. During his ten-year tenure at Venator, Mr Campbell held a variety of management positions including vice president of human resources for the FootLocker division.
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