McGillie Joins Global Diving & Salvage

MaritimeProfessional.com
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Anita Mcgillie

Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. announced the hiring of Anita McGillie to lead the Human Resources Group as the Human Resources Manager. Based in Global’s corporate headquarters in Seattle, Wash., she will direct Global Diving’s Human Resources Group in the development of HR policies and compliance, ongoing companywide recruitment efforts, spearhead the EEO and Diversity programs as well as administer Global’s employee benefit programs.

Trinity Ng-Yeung, Vice President, said “[Anita] brings over 13 years of experience in all phases of Human Resources, including Benefits, Employee Engagement, Management Training, Performance Management, and Policy Development.”

Ms. McGillie joins Global Diving from the media and commercial printing business, previously the HR Director for a company that had up to 1,100 employees, operating in five states across the U.S.

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