As businesses recover from the turmoil caused the pandemic, many are re-thinking how they hire and keep talent. Virtual hiring, remote and hybrid working schedules, safety protocols, diversity, agility and technology are just a few of the trends that are reshaping talent management.
Join us as we feature a panel discussion of executives who will share their experiences with adapting to our new normal and are strategically planning for today’s best and brightest talent.
Lynn Melucci | National Recruiting Director, UHY Advisors
Lynn Melucci leads UHY’s national recruiting initiatives. She has introduced creative solutions that support the firm’s goals, successfully navigated recruiting challenges and created high-caliber recruiting strategies. Lynn leads a new and experienced recruiting team that drives the movement of high potential talent in the market to UHY.
Melissa Markwort | Vice President of Human Resources, Spartan Light Metal Products
Melissa Markwort primarily focuses on supporting the plants’ Human Resource activities. She works closely with the management team focusing on talent acquisition and retention, workforce planning, safety, training, performance management, employee relations, communications and recognition. Melissa has more than 10 years of HR experience.
Gordon Harton | President & CEO, Elmwood Reclaimed Timber
Gordon Harton spent 35 years with VF Corporation, a leader in consumer products and the apparel industry. He was President of Lee Jeans, a position he held from 1999 until his retirement in 2006. In 2016, he purchased Worldwide Steel Buildings a company that markets and manufactures steel buildings. In 2020 Gordon purchased Elmwood Reclaimed Timber. With several changes and updates being made in the first year of ownership the company has shown a great opportunity for growth.
Lisa Rock | President, National Medical Billings
Lisa Rock has served as president of National Medical Billing Services since 2003 and has over 30 years of experience in the industry. Lisa manages over 500 billers specializing in revenue cycle management for ambulatory surgery centers and their affiliated surgeons.
Recommended CPE Credit: 1
Recommended Field of Study: Management Services
Program Knowledge Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None
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