Comments are closed. PeopleOn 1 Jun 2002 in Personnel Today This week’s people newsJoseth V Benevides JRHas been named president and chief operating officer of Relocation ResourcesInternational. In his new role, one of his primary focuses will be to help RRIachieve its Vision 2005, the company’s strategic campaign to be recognised asthe industry’s highest-quality service provider, evidenced by client growth andretention, and service satisfaction ratings. Boston-based RRI is one of the world’slargest relocation service companies, providing comprehensive relocation andoutsourcing to corporate clients in more than 100 countries worldwide. David A EdgarHas been appointed vice-president of HR at US-based CUNO. He will beresponsible for CUNO’s worldwide HR strategies and programmes, includingcompensation, employee benefits, performance measurement, training anddevelopment, recruiting and labour relations. Edgar has more than 20 years HRexperience in both public and private companies, including Allied Signal andReflexite Corporation. In addition, during the past two years, he founded andoperated a consulting firm specialising in HR advisory services. Mike JarochHas been appointed executive director of HR at HealtheTech, a Colorado,US-based company that designs, develops and markets medical devices andsoftware that measure and monitor health parameters. Jaroch will lead allaspects of HR management for HealtheTech. He has more than 30 years businessand leadership experience in HR management, acquisition integration, executiveselection and coaching, executive and sales compensation, high-growth staffing,organisation development, compensation and benefits strategy andimplementation. Tracey MarshallHas been appointed global head of HR at the Benfield Group, one of theworld’s leading independent reinsurance intermediaries. Reporting to BenfieldGroup chairman, John Coldman, Marshall will be responsible for the group’s HRfunctions worldwide. Marshall, who is a Chartered Accountant, joined BenfieldGroup in 1997 and is already a member of the senior management team of thefinance and operations areas of the group. She has been responsible for puttingin place a number of the group’s joint ventures and subsidiary companies andhas played an active part in the management of those businesses. Brad PatrickIs the new vice-president of HR at Delta Air Lines. He will be responsiblefor providing HR support to the airline’s operational areas, including airportcustomer service, flight operations, in-flight service and technicaloperations, as well as international operations in Asia, Canada, Europe andLatin America. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.