Because maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) labor is predicted to become scarce in the near future, Florida-based Paz Aviation recently took the initiative to offer strategies on finding and keeping qualified professionals in the field.
A study from CareerBuilder, which polled more than 3,400 workers from a range of industries, found that 22 percent of workers are looking to switch jobs this year, a result in line with 2016’s 21 percent.
Searching for a leader to create and implement its in-house wellness program in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area, U.S. Xpress Inc. has an opening for a full-time corporate wellness manager with a health and exercise background.
Registration is now available for SaaS-based benefits administration technology firm Businessolver’s upcoming annual Vision 20/17 Tour, a two-day event planned for presentation across three major U.S. cities during the first half of 2017.
In the beautiful geographic setting of Northern California, Kaiser Permanente seeks a senior level Human Resources leader to guide strategic planning and consult and collaborate with the system’s hospitals, offices and other health care facilities.
Voluntary benefits professional Elizabeth Halkos recently shared her perspective on innovative benefits patterns to watch for in 2017, predicting half a dozen areas of interest to the industry via the Employee Benefit News website.
Seven is the magic number, says benefits administration firm Businessolver, announcing an industry webinar offering many strategies for staff engagement in benefits awareness year-round — rather than just during customary enrollment periods.
Florida’s Syniverse, a worldwide transaction processor that serves clients in over 200 nations, recently welcomed Norris Powell as its new chief Human Resources officer to oversee the firm’s 2,300 employees from its hub in Tampa.
Randstad US recently released a study, “Workplace 2025,” that indicates the majority of 2025’s workforce will be contractors, consultants, temporary employees or freelancers, otherwise known as “agile workers.”
Parsley Energy Inc. recently reorganized its management structure, which has executive officer, senior vice president and vice president tiers, and appointed three vice presidents and one new executive officer.
Michael Baker International recently announced two additions to its human resources team: Penny Mercadante, who will serve as executive vice president and chief human resources officer, and Darcie Zeliesko, who will serve as vice president of talent management.