Bühler appoints Irene Mark-Eisenring as new Chief HR Officer

Irene Mark-Eisenring will take charge of Bühler’s Executive Board function of Chief Human Resources Officer from Dipak Mane effective September 1, 2020. Dipak Mane is stepping out of this function to pursue other important management tasks within the organization, supporting the CEO and the executive board.

Mark-Eisenring joined Bühler in 2016 as head of corporate personnel development. She has been responsible for setting and implementing strategies in the fields of global human resources (HR) development, HR marketing and employer branding, talent and performance management, strategic recruiting, and diversity & inclusion. Mark-Eisenring has a broad human resources background, with a 20-year track record of managing HR projects and holding leading HR roles, primarily in the financial industry. She graduated in business administration from the University of Applied Sciences in St. Gallen, Switzerland, and has expanded her studies with additional diplomas in personnel management, profiling, psychology, and project management. Mark-Eisenring is also on the local board of the Business & Professional Women Network Eastern Switzerland.




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