June is LGBT Pride Month, a celebration of the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender community. Sanofi US is proud of its commitment to diversity and inclusion and dedicated to fostering an environment where LGBT employees are not only valued, but can be their true selves in the workplace. Here, several of our employees share their perspectives.
Ed Suez, Manager RMCI, North America Quality It happened at a Sanofi US meeting 18 years ago. I hadn’t planned it.
June 1, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Cox Enterprises today announced Andrea Lawson as vice president of talent and organization development, effective immediately. She reports to Charlene Binder, Cox Enterprises’ senior vice president of human resources.
At any given time, MGM Resorts International may be hiring for over 1,000 positions, many requiring a combination of skills and experience that make them challenging to fill. Case in point: Finding managers and chefs for our bustling food and beverage business can be harder than making a perfect soufflé. In fact, Food & Beverage positions account for over 30 percent of our positions.
More than 170 entrepreneurs from different districts of the Arequipa region of Peru successfully completed the DreamBuilder program in April 2016, which is funded by Freeport-McMoRan Inc., Sociedad Minera Cerro Verde and the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Charles J. Hooker III to take over for Dennis Felty, Keystone's President and CEO since 1972
HARRISBURG, Pa., February 8, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Keystone Human Services Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Charles J. Hooker, III, Keystone’s Senior Vice President, was appointed as KHS President-Elect on January 26, 2016. Mr. Hooker will assume the role of Keystone’s President and Chief Executive Officer upon the transition of the current President, Dennis Felty, to KHS Founding President in the fall of 2016. This executive succession is part of the planned retirement of Mr. Felty, who has served as President of Keystone Human Services for the past 44 years.
I cannot help but think there is a lot we can learn from Eastern Europe when it comes to producing female talent for our technology industry.
Today is the 40th anniversary of the Sex Discrimination Act being passed in the UK and in most industries, progress has been achieved. Not least there are more women on FTSE 350 boards than ever before.