HR News Beat: BNY Mellon Hires New Global HR Head
When reading articles related to human resources, it seems like every single one includes an element of change. The digital transformation. The evolving workplace. The multigenerational workforce. It’s easy to think that change can have a negative connotation. But nothing can be further from the truth. This week’s HR News Beat features topics focused on an HR leader taking on a new role and companies making changes that better the workplace.
Jolen Anderson New Global HR Head at BNY Mellon
BNY Mellon has announced it has chosen Jolen Anderson as its new global head of human resources. Anderson is currently the Senior Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer and Chief Counsel, Employment and Social Responsibility for Visa. During her time with the company, Anderson also served as Chief Human Resources Officer for the Client Organization. Prior to joining Visa, Anderson practiced law at a Chicago law firm representing clients in labor and employment matters. She starts her tenure with BNY Mellon on September 2.
The Disability Equality Index Announces 2019 Best Places to Work
More than 160 companies have been named to the 2019 Best Places to Work list compiled by the American Association of People with Disabilities and Disability:IN. Of those companies, nearly 120 of them scored a perfect score of 100%. Some of those companies include:
- American Airlines
- Best Buy
- Capital one
- Bank of America
50 Most Engaged Workplaces Announced
Achievers' 2019 List of the 50 Most Engaged Workplaces in North America has been released. This is the ninth year for the list. It celebrates the companies leading in employee engagement and recognition. The top ten companies are:
- Air Canada
- ALDO Group
- Alkermes, Inc.
- Alliance Data
- ArcelorMittal Dofasco
- Black Hills Energy
- Blue Shield of California
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