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Gabriele Fanta to lead Human Resources at Sixt
- New Managing Director of Human Resources switches from McDonald’s Deutschland to the international mobility service provider
- Alexander Sixt, Chief Organisation & Strategy Officer: "HR management has long been a central factor for long-term success for mobility service providers like Sixt"
As of 1 January 2018, Gabriele Fanta will take over the position of Managing Director Human Resources in the Sixt Group, thus leading the human resources department. She reports to Alexander Sixt, Chief Organisation & Strategy Officer at Sixt SE. The mobility service provider currently employs more than 6,500 people worldwide.
Gabriele Fanta moves from McDonald's Deutschland to Sixt. At McDonald's, she took over direction of the Human Resources department in 2013 and has been the HR Board member since 1 April 2016. Prior to that, she was Director of energy company EnBW's internal communications. Before that, the business graduate (with a focus on marketing and human resources) was the Vice President of Communications Processes & Controlling at E.ON AG. Gabriele Fanta started her career at DaimlerChrysler AG in various positions in marketing and communications.
Alexander Sixt: "Due to the rapid growth of our company and new trends in mobility markets, the search for good employees has long been a key factor for the long-term success of Sixt. With Gabriele Fanta, we have gained an experienced and successful expert on all areas of modern HR management and the ever more important employer branding. I am convinced that she will give new impetus to ensure and support the continued expansion of the Sixt Group on the HR side."
Gabriele Fanta: "Sixt stands for premium mobility, high customer orientation and self-responsible, entrepreneurial action. My goal is to position this successful company internally and externally as an even more attractive and modern employer who is also active in a dynamically changing industry. I'm looking forward to this new challenge and working with the Sixt teams."
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