KeyCorp sets chief human resources officer transition

KeyCorp (NYSE: KEY) is getting a new chief human resources officer.

The Cleveland-based financial services company announced that Brian Fishel will take that job in the second half of 2018 upon the retirement of the current chief human resources officer, Craig Buffie. The two men “will work together over the next several months to ensure a smooth transition,” Key said in a news release.

At KeyCorp he has led all staffing, training, talent management and employee development activities. He holds both bachelors and master’s degrees in education from Miami University.


Omnitracs Appoints Stacey Martin as New Chief Human Resources Officer

Students receive scholarships from local human resource association

On Wednesday, three area students were grateful to receive a $500 scholarship from the Montcalm Area Human Resource Association (MAHRA), which is comprised of human resource directors from Montcalm County and surrounding areas.

According to MAHRA member and Greenville Tool & Die Human Resources & Safety Director Rich Ring, the ability to help students on their quest to further their educations is rewarding for every member of the organization.


Pegasus Food Futures Announces Appointment of Stefanie Paterson as Head of Human Resources

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates

Pegasus Food Futures, one of the largest owners and operators of hydroponic farming facilities in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) today announced the appointment of Stefanie Paterson as Head of Human Resources, who will be based at the company’s headquarters in Abu Dhabi.

With over twelve years of experience in progressive Human Resources roles across various sectors, Stefanie holds MSc and BA Hons degrees in Human Resource Management and is MCIPD qualified. She is also an AC accredited personal & business coach.


Archer named new Pierce County Human Resources director

Following a nationwide search, Pierce County has selected Judith C. Archer to be director of Human Resources.

Archer joins the County from Kinder Morgan, Inc., where she served nearly eight years as the director of Human Resources for the Texas-based energy infrastructure company and its 11,000 employees.

Archer earned a B.A. in Business Administration from Maryville College, a Masters’ of Science in Adult Education from the University of Tennessee, and a J.D. from Chicago-Kent College of Law.


Community Business announces 2018 Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Awards winners

Community Business, a leading not-for-profit organisation advancing responsible and inclusive business practices in Asia, revealed the winners of its 2018 Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Awards.

Established in 2014, the Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Awards are the first annual awards honouring and celebrating LGBT+ inclusion in Hong Kong.  The award nominations were assessed based on the extent to which they are strategic, proactive, impactful and sustainable in order to recognise a public figure who has used their influence to promote LGBT+ inclusion in Hong Kong.


Sandra Hurse joins GCM Grosvenor as Chief Human Resources Officer

CHICAGO, May 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — GCM Grosvenor announced today that Sandra (Sandee) Hurse has joined the firm as a Managing Director and Chief Human Resources Officer, effective immediately.

Ms. Hurse brings more than two decades of experience to her new role. Her prior experience also includes leadership roles in Human Resources, TalentManagement and Talent Acquisition at Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan Chase.

Ms. Hurse holds an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BBA in Finance from Baruch College.



Elyria Schools Human Resources Director Gary Taylor is to retire

After an 18-year-run with the Elyria School District, Human Resource Director Gary Taylor retires Aug.1,2018. Taylor is finishing off his last school year, but will train the new director Jaime Barnier this summer before he officially retires

With 16 years of experience in human resources, Barnier will shadow Taylor from June until August. She wants to absorb Taylor’s knowledge and learn the ropes.

“Taylor will be a great mentor”, Barnier said, and is excited to work with him.


Lake County hires new human resources boss, keeps old one on the books

CROWN POINT — Lake County Commissioners hired a human resources director but are in no hurry to fire the consultant she is replacing.

The Lake County Council created county government’s first human resources department last year to bring a professional approach to hiring and managing personnel concerns of its 1,800 full-time employees and still more part-time employees.Repay and Tippy said they want to keep Dabertin in place this year to help ease Royster into her job, but will revisit Dabertin’s contract eventually.