Blue Apron (NYSE: APRN) has announced that Lainie Cooney has joined the company as Chief Human Resources Officer. Cooney is a member of Blue Apron’s executive leadership team, responsible for driving the company’s human resources strategy and reporting to Chief Executive Officer Matt Salzberg.
Cooney joins Blue Apron with over 20 years of experience designing and executing human resource strategies across geographically dispersed organizations, with a focus on operational excellence, change management, talent acquisition and performance management.
“I’m excited to welcome Lainie to Blue Apron and believe she will be an invaluable member of our team,” said Blue Apron CEO Matt Salzberg
Gena Jones, an alumna of New Mexico State University, has been named the university’s assistant vice president for human resource services, bringing more than 24 years of human resource experience to NMSU.
Gena Jones, an alumna of New Mexico State University, has been named NMSU’s new assistant vice president of human resource services. (Courtesy photo) Her first day at NMSU will be Nov. 16.
CONCORD — Jasmin Loi is the new director of human resources, replacing Elia Bamberger who retired earlier this month.
Loi comes to Concord from Vallejo, where she oversaw the human resources department, represented the city in labor negotiations and advised department directors and managers on personnel matters, organizational structuring and issues relating to employee classification and compensation.
Loi will earn an annual salary of $176,000 plus medical and retirement benefits. Her first day is Oct. 23.
CONCORD, CA – Jasmin Loi was appointed Concord’s new Director of Human Resources, replacing Elia Bamberger who retired last week, according to city officials.
Loi, whose first day will be Oct. 23, recently worked as the Human Resources Director for Vallejo, and also previously was Indio’s director of human resources and risk Management and human resources service manager for the County of Riverside.
Stevens Industries, Inc. welcomed Sandra Bushby as its new Human Resources Manager.
Bushby steps into the role after the retirement of Joan Thies, who had been with the company since 1999. Bushby was previously employed at Execulnsight, KPMG LLP and Pfizer. She is a Certified Inclusion and Diversity Professional/Advanced Practitioner (CCDP/AP) and has a degree in Marketing, Business Administration and Mass Communications from Illinois State University. Her specialties include leveraging work styles, creating inclusive workforces and fostering employee engagement.
BEIJING, Oct. 11 (Xinhua) — China will foster growth of the human resources industry in the next few years to better serve the country’s economic development, according to a government plan.
By the end of 2020, China expects revenue of the human resource industry to reach about 303.7 billion U.S. dollars, according to an action plan released by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security.
PUTRAJAYA: Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa announced the appointment of Dr Mohd Gazali Abas as the new Human Resources Ministry’s secretary-general effective today.
Gazali, who is the National Institute of Public Administration (Intan) director, has served in the public sector for 31 years, starting from Jan 31, 1986. “He has vast experience in the field of human resources as well as in project and financial management.
NEW YORK, Oct. 04, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — JLT Specialty USA, a U.S. subsidiary of Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group plc. (JLT), the world’s leading specialist advisor and broker, is pleased to announce the appointment of Karen Isaacs as Vice President, Human Resources.
Based in Philadelphia, Isaacs will oversee JLT’s U.S. retail, reinsurance, and wholesale operations which include over 650 employees operating in more than 30 locations. Within this role, Isaacs will lead the HR operations, the cultural strategy and serve as a member of the senior management team.
Isaacs holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Resources Management from Indiana University and is a member of SHRM and HRPS associations.
PETERSBURG, Va. – The City of Petersburg has named Ava Greene Bedden as the city’s new Human Resources Director.
Bedden’s 25 years of experience in labor and employment law includes establishing Fair Frank Final Professional Services, LLC. The company provides legal and human resources consulting services to clients in the public and private sector.
Bedden obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also obtained her Law Degree from the Howard University School of Law in Washington D.C.