Published on : Friday, May 4, 2018
“At Biesse Group, our employees are the foundation of our company. We recognize our success is based on the hard work and dedication of our employees, as well as growing our team with new talent. For this reason, we are excited about the investments and improvements we are making in our HR Department,” said Niki Kampiziones, Biesse Group America and Canada Executive Vice President.
Michelle Landry, who has served as Biesse Group’s North America Human Resources Manager for over 15 years, has accepted the new position of North America Corporate Recruiting Manager and Elizabeth Valentin has joined our team as North America Human Resources Manager. Providing a focal point for strategic actions will allow the HR Department the best opportunity to pursuit Biesse Group’s goals.
In her new role, Michelle Landry will handle recruiting for all positions in North America ensuring the company attracts and hires the best employees. In addition, she will be responsible for implementing and following employee career paths to provide ongoing resources to enhance their skills and knowledge.
“The expansion and new structure in HR will allow us to have a dedicated person focused on recruiting and the ultimate goal of employee development,” Michelle said. “This involves strategic planning with each department manager to develop career paths, skills management and team building for our employees to enhance enhance their development and future growth opportunities within Biesse Group.” Michelle added further.
Elizabeth Valentin, who brings 13 years of HR management experience to Biesse Group, will oversee employee relations, policy development and deployment, compliance, employment laws, benefits and compensation administration.
“The focus is to have a true partnership between HR, management and our associates,” Elizabeth said. “Employees are our internal customers and we want them to feel respected and valued. I’m excited to be working with Michelle on the continued development of management and associates moving forward.” Elizabeth concluded.