Vice President Global Compensation & Benefits @
Vice President Global Compensation & Benefits @ Avnet
Director Compensation & Benefits @ Dell
BSc, Business Engineering @
University of Hamburg
Vice President Global Compensation & Benefits @ Lead the Global Compensation and Benefits Function From March 2015 to Present (10 months) Vice President Global Compensation & Benefits @ Responsible for the design and administration of executive and broad based compensation and benefits programs and processes that integrate a pay for performance orientation with business specific and market
Vice President Global Compensation & Benefits @ Lead the Global Compensation and Benefits Function From March 2015 to Present (10 months) Vice President Global Compensation & Benefits @ Responsible for the design and administration of executive and broad based compensation and benefits programs and processes that integrate a pay for performance orientation with business specific and market competitive programs to an attractive and effective compensation and benefits offering. Supports the Avnet Leadership team and the Avnet Board of Directors with executive compensation and benefits related decisions and statutory approval and reporting requirements. From April 2011 to March 2015 (4 years) Phoenix, Arizona AreaDirector Compensation & Benefits @ Executive Compensation (8/09 to 4/11)
Managed the corporate short-term and long-term incentive plan
M&A due diligence, negotiations and C&B integration (contracts, 280g, retention plans)
Board and Compensation Committee Communication
Americas International Compensation & Benefits (05/06 – 07/09)
Managed Dell’s Americas International (AI) Compensation and Benefits function and a team of 6 C&B heads in support of operations spanning 14 countries, 5,500 employees and $5 billion in revenues.
Developed and launched sales compensation models supporting new retail and services segments.
Audited benefit plans in the region, and launched a regional outsourced benefits management model.
Global Site Development (08/04 – 04/06)
Managed the Global Site Selection C&B team tasked with supporting the selection and start-up of new sites (Americas, APAC, EMEA).
International Compensation & Benefits (02/02 – 07/04)
C&B support to all international operations (AI, APJ, EMEA), and served as Acting Manager of the Global Mobility function
Product Manager for International Benefits programs, including multinational pools and risk coverage. From February 2002 to April 2011 (9 years 3 months) Austin, Texas AreaVP Global HR Operations @ Reported in a matrix structure to the Global Head of Human Resources of Impiric and to the regional Presidents of North America and Europe, with operational HR responsibility for 2000+ staff in 20+ countries with a revenue base in excess of $200 million.
Led HR function for North America operations, and served as Acting Director Human Resources Europe.
Designed and deployed a global performance management system (balanced scorecard).
Restructured the HR functions in North America and Europe, and rebuilt the UK HR function.
HR project manager for post-acquisition integration of Wunderman into the new parent (WPP). From May 2000 to November 2001 (1 year 7 months) Associate Director - International Compensation @ Helped fast-growing Ernst & Young Consulting member firms in Asia Pacific and Latin America deal with HR challenges through the implementation of streamlined HR programs and administrative systems.
Led a team of 8-10 HR professionals, and managed a project budget of more than $600,000.
Completed a feasibility study on multinational pooling of benefits - cost savings in excess of $1 million p.a.
Supported the M&A practice with pre-deal planning, due-diligence and post signature integration strategy.
Deployed a web-based learning system with more than 1,000 learning programs in over seven countries. From May 1997 to April 2000 (3 years) Compensation Consultant @ Compensation Consultant: International Compensation Team - New York (07/95 – 05/97)
Review and design of expatriate transfer policies in multinational companies
Design of international pay structures
Compensation Associate: Financial Services Industry Group - Frankfurt (04/92 – 06/95) From April 1992 to May 1997 (5 years 2 months)
MBA, International Marketing & Human Resources @ ESCP Europe From 1989 to 1992 BSc, Business Engineering @ University of Hamburg From 1987 to 1989 Frank Zwecker is skilled in: Human Resources, Employee Benefits, Deferred Compensation, Performance Management, Executive Pay, Program Management, Mergers & Acquisitions, Outsourcing, Incentive Programs, Organizational Design, Personnel Management, Start-ups, Leadership Development, Sales Compensation, Management
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