By Staff Report
Nov. 8, 2013
Maritz Motivation Solutions named Kimberly Abel as employee solutions leader, leading Maritz’s employee recognition and engagement issues. Abel brings more than 20 years’ experience in design and development in the areas of recognition, applied behavior analysis, talent management, performance management and workforce reward strategies. Before joining Maritz, Abel was vice president of strategy and business development
Jones Lang LaSalle, a commercial real estate company, hired Ami Patel for the newly created role of senior vice president, total rewards. With 20 years of HR experience, Patel joins Jones Lang from MillerCoors, where she was senior director of compensation and people operations. There, she developed practices to manage executive compensation strategies while also overseeing HR systems.
The law firm Ogletree Deakins has named Burton Reiter of counsel in its Chicago office. Reiter will be representing management in labor and employment matters. Previously, Reiter was chief counsel at Kraft Foods.
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