Mostly, it requires companies to pay careful attention to how they come across in social media and on their own websites, thinking of them as promotional rather than just informational. Always keep in mind that as you are checking out potential hires they are checking out you.
CBS, which is undergoing a reassessment of its corporate culture, has named Laurie Rosenfield to the new position of chief people officer. Interim CEO Joe Ianniello said the role was created “to ensure we remain steadfast in our commitment to putting our people first.”
The station group promotes Dianne Wilson from director of human resources and employee benefits.
Entertainment Studios has appointed Denise Wally EVP, human resources and Jeffrey Mayes as VP, legal affairs and human resources, effective immediately. Both Wally and Mayes are based at the ES headquarters in Los Angeles. Wally comes to Entertainment Studios from Universal Music Group/Capitol Records. She also held human resources positions with Omnicom Media Group, SiriusXM Satellite […]
Mary Ellen Marcilliat-Falkner is tapped to succeed Karen Bennett as Cox Media Group’s head of human resources.
21st Century Fox today announced two new roles in its global human resources group with the promotion of Julie Franke to SVP of employer brand and strategic talent acquisition, and the appointment of Carsten von der Linden to SVP of talent management. Von der Linden, who joins 21CF’s HR group from Boston Consulting Group and Franke from Fox Entertainment Group, both report to Thomas Gaissmaier, EVP, chief human resources officer for 21CF, and will […]
Ashley Peterson is Cox Media Group’s (CMG) new senior director of human resources at the company’s headquarters in Atlanta. In this role, Peterson supports all of CMG’s corporate client areas, in addition to Rare and CMG’s Washington news bureau. Peterson’s professional expertise includes organizational performance and succession, leadership development, recruitment and retention, large-scale change management, employee relations, driving creative output […]
Sonia Coleman, former Walt Disney Co. VP of corporate human resources, has been promoted to SVP of human resources for the Disney|ABC Television Group. She succeeds Steve Milovich, who, after 40 years in the industry and 15 years with Disney, announced his plans to retire from Disney in March. In this position, Coleman will be […]