HOW TO BUILD YOUR WORKFORCE OF TOMORROW…TODAY!
FRIDAY, OCT. 21 | 9 AM
DESCRIPTION & BIO
Build your company’s workforce of tomorrow through strategic initiatives implemented today. PRINTING United Alliance hosts a panel of industry executives to share their insights about how to best find new team members and how to foster talent and development with existing staff. Moderated by Adriane Harrison, VP of HR Consulting, PRINTING United Alliance, this discussion will provide strategies and actionable steps for finding employees and making your company an employer of choice.
Adriane Harrison is the Vice President of Human Relations Consulting with PRINTING United Alliance and assists members with a wide variety of HR matters involving statutes, regulations, policies, procedures, culture, and staffing, as well as the gamut of day-to-day HR issues. In addition, Adriane supports professional development by conducting webinars, participating in panel discussions, and speaking at industry events on human resources issues. Currently, she is the Chairperson of the Graphic Communications Workforce Coalition, a member of the Women In Print Alliance, and a founder of the Women’s Print Mentoring Network.
Adriane received a journalism degree from the University of Illinois and a law degree from DePaul University in Chicago. As an attorney, Adriane practiced in both the public and private sectors. Her work was in the areas of Constitutional, commercial, securities, and criminal law. Adriane and her family live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Michelle Waterhouse, HR Manager, Hopkins Printing
She is responsible for Human Resources, Safety, and Environmental compliance. Hopkins Printing has 104 employees working 3 shifts in their 108,000 square foot production facility in Columbus, OH. Michelle has been with Hopkins for 32 years.
Rich Bennett, Co-founder, Stakes Manufacturing
Rich Bennett, who has been with Baldwin Technology for nearly two decades, stepped into the role of AMS Spectral UV President in August 2019. He joined Baldwin in 2003 as Plant Manager and advanced to U.S. Operations and Aftermarket leader, Vice President and Executive Vice President, with a track record of managing through complex challenges and continuous process improvement before assuming his current role. He has traveled extensively outside the U.S., primarily throughout Europe and Japan and has lived in the UK. Rich earned his bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma State University.