WuXi AppTec, a global pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and medical device company, recently selected SyncHR’s new automated human capital management platform to manage its human resources and payroll needs.
RLJ Companies founder and Chairman Robert L. Johnson, who founded Black Entertainment Television (BET), recently applauded Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) for introducing Senate Resolution 11, which would support the RLJ Rule to promote workplace diversity.
Charleston, South Carolina’s cloud-based benefits management platform provider Benefitfocus Inc. recently announced it received a silver award for excellence in the category of compensation and benefits advances from the Brandon Hall Group research organization.
After creating a name for herself as an expert in the HR and benefits administration industry, Rhonda Marcucci launched a consulting firm, Gruppo Marcucci (GPM), in 2005 to help people interested in navigating the benefits administration industry. GPM was recently purchased by Authur J. Gallagher.
First Merchants Bank is in need of a welfare plan benefits analyst to oversee implementation, direction and regulatory compliance under the guidance of the benefits directorship, in the firm’s downtown Muncie, Indiana location.
Add Dottie Donnelly Brienza, formerly vice president of global organizational performance at Bristol-Myers Squibb, recently joined Cantel Medical Corp. where she will serve on the Executive Leadership Team as senior vice president and chief human resources officer.
Singular in their stress level and precarious protocol, job interviews rank among professionals’ most pivotal and vulnerable occasions. So, CareerBuilder recently collated a list of epic interview moments to put jobseekers’ minds at ease.
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.