human resources

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New HR officer for Town of Davidson

May 3. Amber Levi is Davidson’s new human resources manager. Levin, who has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Southern New Hampshire University, was both the town clerk and HR officer in Landis where her responsibilities included payroll conversion, workers’ comp and new employee onboarding.

MSC’s top HR officer receives Distinguished Alum honors from USC business school

Dec. 13. The University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business has recognized Beth Bledsoe, senior vice president and chief people officer for MSC Industrial Supply Co., with its Distinguished Alumni Award. The award was presented to Bledsoe recently by Dr. Mazen Aziz, managing director of the university’s Master of Human Resources program. USC’s […]

Who’s there? Who cares? Who gets it?

June 30. By Cheryl Kane. When a service is needed, the quickest return call is often the one who gets the job. The same is true of peer-to-peer, or subordinate to supervisor communications or vice-versa. Those who are reasonably responsive are those who build relationships, create relationships built on reliability, and gain repeat business due […]

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Is working from home sustainable over the long term? 

June 8. By Cheryl Kane. Work from home (WFH), remote work, and flexible hours have become common. Many claim this shift, originally due to COVID, is permanent. Some say it is a necessary benefit to competitively attract desirable employees in this labor-short market. Its benefits are extolled by employees and employers. This all sounds too […]