Global firm Watson Wyatt has appointed Robert Wesselkamper as practice leader for international consulting, based in Chicago.
In his new role Wesselkamper is responsible for developing and executing strategic practice initiatives and managing client services.
Wesselkamper joined Watson Wyatt in 1999 as a senior consultant and global account manager. Since then he has worked with North American international corporates on a number of assignments including global human resource programme design.
Commenting on the appointment Eric Lofgren, global director of Watson Wyatt’s benefits consulting group, said: “In today’s complex business environment it is becoming increasingly important to leverage global capabilities.”
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