the controversy around Postnord have been many, and on Tuesday announced the board of directors of the Postnord group ceo Hakan Ericsson the get go.
the Market for our business is changing significantly, and Håkan Ericsson has done a fantastic job in the five years to set the group and has saved more than six billion for the group during that time. After finding that we must do even one correctly, it is the board's analysis that it is better with a new leadership in order to be able to carry it all the way out, " says postnord's president Christian Jansson.Image 1 of 2 , Christian Jansson. Photo: Anders Wiklund/TT Slide 2 of 2 postnord's president and ceo, Håkan Ericsson the get go. Photo: Allis Nettréus Slideshow
the former ceo who replaced. Also, the chief financial officer Gunilla Berg leaving his post. Instead, Lena Larsson, acting cfo.
According to the Christian Jansson does not depend ledarbytet that any of them have bad behaviour in any way. He says that Håkan Ericsson parts the board's analysis, and that they agree to go their separate ways.
"He has done a fantastic job and is a popular leader so there is absolutely no criticism against him, but a completely forward-looking activities," says Jansson.
Postnord grappling with declining profitability, and has difficulties to respond to declining mail volumes and increasing parcels which involves extensions to the major costs in the future as yet lacks funding.
"His condition is identical with what the Swedish government provides and the salary is competitive set and it is a consequence of it," says Christian Jansson.
at the same time stresses the Christian Jansson that it will be a challenge to meet the transition and will be draining that energy for the new president and ceo.
– An experienced and accomplished leader who understands how we are going to take the company forward.
Christian Jansson believe that a new ceo should be on site in the autumn.
the Acting ceo will be Annemarie Gardshol, which right now is the sweden manager.
Johan Lindholm, Seko Posten's president, think that the board has taken the right decision on a new leadership is needed.
" the Time is right to look over a new leadership, Håkan Ericsson has been managing director for a period of time has been stormy and we have not always had the same views on all issues. Given that the digitisation set up and running properly, it is reasonable to take up a new ceo, " says Johan Lindholm.postnord's head office in Solna. Photo: Magnus Hallgren
Recently, Postnord announced that it stops to empty their mailboxes on Sundays from the first of July 2019. The decision aroused strong reactions in social media. According to the national Post and telecom agency (PTS) is the type of decision natural changes because of our change in habits.
– We send less physical mail and the need to adjust the record after the needs of society, which no longer is five-day mail delivery, " says Emma Maraschin, head of unit, postal affairs at PTS.
that people trust the business, she emphasises. By making too rapid changes reduces the brevtjänstens reliability. As an example, Emma Maraschin when Postnord pulled down the number of staff, including mail delivery.
– part of the changes, Postnord has conducted has gone by way too fast, because at the same time to maintain a good postal service. For example, it has reduced its workforce in a way too rapid pace, " she says.
When paketvolymerna increases she believes that it is important that the right package will arrive to the right address. 2017 got Postnord check 162.000 complaints and customer views, which touched the package and letter distribution, according to figures from the PTS. Complaints of missing inrikespaket increased by 51 per cent, in comparison with the year before.
Fackorganisationen Seko Posten was critical to the postoperatörens proposal to deliver mail every other day. The reason was that management did not bring in dialogue with them before the employees reached by the decision.
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