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Lenior named to HR post

Frank Lenior has been named Vice President of Human Resources for St. Dominic Health Services and St. Dominic Hospital. Lenior is originally from Aberdeen and graduated from The University of Mississippi where he was captain of the cheerleading squad. His experience in healthcare Human Resources administration includes Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Case Western Reserve Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, ...

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EASI hires Eric Sokolsky

Eric Sokolsky has joined Employee Administrative Services, Inc. (EASI) as vice president of sales. Eric has been a sales executive and customer service/operations manager for more than 30 years. He has been recognized with the President’s Trophy for Best Overall Performance in a company. Eric spent 14 years directly supervising employees while concurrently growing the vending division at Valley Management ...

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Technology an enhancement for HR — not a replacement

Like just about everything else, human resources management has been increasingly computerized in recent years. But has that made human resources less “human?” Not everything can be done by sending an email. “We have to look at technology as an enhancement for, not a replacement of, the human element in what we do,” said Lynn Nelson, director of employment services ...

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LIFE CHANGES — Insurance re-enrollment time is near; make sure your coverage reflects your changing needs

When annual enrollment time for employer-sponsored insurance plans comes around, it can be difficult to drum up much interest by employees in evaluating their insurance plans and making adjustments. According to a survey by MetLife, often employees aren’t all that excited by the prospect of annual benefits enrollment. “In fact, their annual encounter with the often complex and sometimes unfamiliar ...

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Holly Ford named director of payroll services at Corporate Management Incorporated

  Corporate Management Incorporated (CMI) recently added Holly Ford as director of payroll services. Ford brings seven years of human resource, finance and operations experience to CMI. She has both her masters of business administration and bachelor of science in business administration with a concentration in marketing and management from Millsaps College.  

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USM introduces new human capital development program

Finding and developing trained employees is an ongoing struggle in the business community. Now, one of Mississippi’s public universities has launched a new working professional-friendly degree program to help meet the issue. The College of Science and Technology at the University of Southern Mississippi recently formed the Department of Human Capital Development at the university’s Gulf Park campus in Long ...

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Jaynee Sindledecker earns payroll designation

People Lease’s Jaynee Sindledecker has obtained the certified payroll professional designation from the American Payroll Association, the highest designation given by this national organization. Sindledecker has become one of 25 CPP’s in the state of Mississippi. She is not only People Lease’s first associate to receive this prestigious designation, but also the first in Madison County. She has spent the ...

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TEC taps Jones

TEC has appointed Donna Jones as the director of human resources. In this role, Jones will be responsible for the planning, directing, and administration of TEC’s Human Resource Department, which includes employment policies and practices, retirement plans, health plans and the accounting thereof. Jones also serves as a member of both the TEC ESOP and TEC 401(k) administrative committees. Jones ...

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Keesler AFB slashing another 38 civilian jobs

BILOXI — Keesler Air Force Base is scheduled to lose another 38 civilian jobs in 2012 as the Air Force continues it move toward eliminating about 9,000 such workers. The announcement comes two months after Keesler said it would eliminate 68 positions from the civilian work force in the 81st Training Wing and 403rd Wing. Brig. Gen. Andrew Mueller of ...

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Analytic Stress settles discrimination lawsuit

PASCAGOULA — A Pascagoula company has agreed to pay $75,000 to settle a sex-based retaliation discrimination lawsuit filed by the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Analytic Stress Relieving Inc. had terminated a female employee in retaliation for her complaints about alleged sexual harassment, according to EEOC. The Mississippi Press reported the company serves petrochemical and power companies. Federal officials said ...

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