ARLINGTON, Va., Feb. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Interstate Hotels & Resorts – the leading U.S.-based global hotel management company – announces the appointment of Carrie David as chief human resources officer. Carrie is responsible for leading all aspects of the human resources team, developing an exceptional organizational culture while providing tools, training, and career development for associates around the globe.
Bringing twenty years of experience in human resources, Carrie has proven to be an agile leader who has repeatedly demonstrated the ability to galvanize teams across many industries including healthcare, retail, foodservice, and hospitality.
ROSEMONT, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–US Foods Holding Corp. (NYSE: USFD) announced today that David Works has joined the company as Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, reporting to Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Pietro Satriano.
Works joins US Foods from Hackensack Meridian Health, where he served as chief human resources officer for the not-for-profit health care organization.
Works holds degrees in Finance and Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut and a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Azerbaijani leading mobile operator “Azercell Telecom” has gained another success at international level. The company was benchmarked against the requirements of “Investors in People” (IIP) standard and awarded GOLD Level of Standard as a mark of strong leadership, sustainable corporate culture and continuous development of people management practices.
Ziba Mustafayeva, Head of Human Resources Management Department at “Azercell Telecom” LLC, noted that the company passed a rigorous audit to obtain IIP certificate.
Launched in 1991 in the UK, “Investors in People” is the only internationally recognized standard in people management. At present, it covers 78 countries and over 10,000 companies worldwide.
At last year’s HR Vendors of the Year awards in Malaysia, ICONIX Consulting was named the Best Employer Branding Consultant with a gold award.
The winners and finalist of the Best Employer Branding Consultants category are the ones that best deliver visible employer brand improvements for their clients, as affirmed by the Malaysian HR community and by a panel of HR heads from some of Asia’s biggest employers.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo., Jan. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — WOW! Internet, Cable & Phone (NYSE: WOW) today announced that David Brunick will join the company as the Chief Human Resources Officer. Brunick will start his position on February 6th, 2018 and will report to Teresa Elder, CEO of WOW!.
Brunick comes to WOW! with more than 30 years of human resources management experience in the cable and telecommunications industry. Most recently as Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Adelphia Communications, Brunick oversaw more than 14,000 employees. Previously, Brunick served as Senior Vice President-Human Resources for AT&T Broadband with responsibility for the human resources function for 40,000 employees.
Brunick holds a Master’s degree in Management and Organizations and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado. In addition, he is a Doctor of Behavioral Health and has a Master’s degree in Marriage, Family and Child Therapy.
Hopkins Manufacturing Corp. announced the addition of Pat Tuttle as vice president and chief human resources officer. Tuttle will lead and direct all human resource-related activities for Hopkins at its 10 locations around the world.
Most recently, Tuttle was the vice president of human resources and strategic business partner for Reichhold LLC, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of unsaturated polyester resins.
Tuttle’s extensive educational background includes a bachelor of arts degree in business (BBA), with a concentration in human resource management and a Master of Business Administration degree, both from the University of Toledo.
According to Cushman & Wakefield’s latest Asia Pacific Office Forecast 2018, development activity is projected to continue keeping availability in Kuala Lumpur relatively high this year. With available office stock, the market might hint being tenant favourable for those in Malaysia. On the other hand, Singapore leans towards its landlords’ favour.
With that said, Singapore’s rent is expected to grow at 9-10% in 2018. In fact, rent in Singapore is one of the region’s fastest growing among core markets in 2018.