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Menorah Medical Center - Leawood, KS
Experience 2 years of Human Resources experience (change management, engagement, retention, succession planning, etc.)....
3 days ago
Bell & Associates, Inc. - Park, KS
laws and procedures Strong organizational and time management skills Team player - ability to jump in where needed High degree of fluency in Microsoft Office - Word, Excel Ability to juggle multiple...
1 day ago
HCA - Overland Park, KS
Experience 2 years of Human Resources experience (change management, engagement, retention, succession planning, etc.)....
18 days ago
The University of Kansas Health System - Kansas City, KS
Provide input on workforce and succession planning as well as plans business unit restructuring....
30+ days ago

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