When making the decision to come to Corporate Relocation International (CRI), Carlos Huereca found himself on the other side of a conversation he’d had with his parents when he was thirteen years old. Accepting the job would require a move to Dallas, and Huereca gave his eldest son (who was also thirteen at the time) a similar explanation to the one he’d received at the same age.
“It was an odd feeling, having that same conversation that my parents had with me when I was his age,” Huereca remembers. “But I think he understood the opportunity for the entire family, just as I did when we made the move from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, to El Paso, Texas.”
After twenty years of experience learning businesses from the inside out in service, sales, finance, and eventually HR, Huereca accepted an offer to join CRI in 2021 as a key member of the C-suite with the responsibility of leading both HR and operations. It represented a chance to tackle some of the most pressing issues in the current job market, including recruiting, retention, and putting what can often seem like buzzwords into action.
The CHRO built out an incredible variety of skills over the past two decades with just two organizations: ADP and Dish Network. In those two companies, he held eleven different roles; his promotions speak to a commitment to development, an inherent curiosity, and a commitment to finding new ways of enabling those around him.