Pedro Jaureguiberry

Associate consultant

Human Capital Practice

Specialized in design and implementation of executive compensation systems; variable systems for the sales force and incentive systems for the rest of the payment personal; design and implementation of performance management systems; advice in Policy and human resources management; description, evaluation and classification of posts.

He was CEO of Mercer Human Resources Consulting in Argentina. Among the most important clients in which he performed consulting activities in Mercer, include:. Techint Organizaci├│n, SOCMA, Banco Rio, Chrysler, Fratelli Branca Distilleries, CTI, Movicom (Bell South), Aguas Argentinas, Minera Alumbrera Ltd., Brewery Quilmes, Disco SA, Telecom Argentina, Nike.

He has developed no fewer than 60 consulting projects in compensation, payment systems for the sales force, “payment for performance” systems for managers and key positions. In the last 3 years he has developed several projects of strategic compensation in different countries in the LATAM region.

He previously worked at leading companies such as Xerox SA, Macrosa SA (Caterpillar Dealer), Juncadella as Chief Executive of the Department of Human Resources; until he established his own consultant (1986-1994) under the name Jaureguiberry and Associates, where he served companies such as YPF, Autolatina, Argentine Credit Bank, Bank of the Province of Buenos Aires, Banco Galicia Commercial Bank North Kodak Argentina.

Until 2005 he was a Professor of the Human Resources master in the Compensation and Incentive Chair at the University of Salvador – State University of New York at Albany. Visiting Professor of MBA UTDT (Di Tella); Visiting Professor of Master of Human Resources in the Foundation Tucuman (Tucum├ín).

He graduated in Business Administration (UCA). He completed a postgraduate degree in Organizational Analysis at Organisations Psychosocial School (EPSO). He acted as a university docent in the chair of Earnings at the Argentinian Catholic University and the University of Belgrano.

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