HR Administration

People Moves: September 2015

By Staff Report

Aug. 24, 2015

Sal Apuzzio Sal Apuzzio People Moves

SaaS provider of global employee benefits solutions Thomsons Online Benefits named Sal Apuzzio as its senior vice president of sales for the Americas. Apuzzio is formerly from SilkRoad. Apuzzio has more than 25 years of enterprise software sales experience.




Katie Molloy People Moves

Katie Molloy

Randstad Sourceright named Katie Molloy as a vice president of client services. Before joining Randstad Sourceright,Molloy spent four years building and leading the RPO division for a health care staffing organization.





Andrew Farnsworth Andrew Farnsworth People Moves

CIRCOR International Inc., a provider of valves and other highly engineered products, named Andrew Farnsworth as chief human resources officer. Farnsworth was previously the group HR director of Unibail-Rodamco in Paris.




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