Emily Allen has seven years of human resource experience and a passion for employee leadership, development and team building.
DETROIT, December 17, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Bluewater, a woman-owned technology design firm based out of Southfield, Michigan, is happy to announce the company has hired Emily Allen as the new human resource manager. Allen will be responsible for various initiatives that drive Bluewater’s organizational culture and the company’s people-focused strategy, including the evaluation and design of programs to attract, retain, reward and motivate top talent.
“We are very excited to welcome Emily Allen into her new role with Bluewater,” says Jaime McAlear, director of operational excellence at Bluewater. “Bluewater has always put people first, and it is imperative that we continue to raise the bar and focus on the principles of caring, collaboration, support and performance. We strive to have every employee 'live' our culture. Emily will play a significant role in putting together plans to move our company culture and people strategy forward.”
Bluewater felt like a fit before day one and the incredible people here have reinforced that feeling by adopting me in and being supportive toward the initiatives I am taking on.
Emily Allen, Human Resources Manager
Allen has her BBA from Siena Heights University and MBA from Capella University. She comes to Bluewater with seven years as a human resource professional, supporting companies and top executives with an overall focus on culture-enhancing initiatives for improved performance, growth, and employee engagement. Most recently, Allen was the human resource director for HomeFirst Certified Communities. Here she was responsible for, among other responsibilities, talent acquisition, recruiting, hiring, onboarding and training staff. She was also a member of the company’s executive leadership team, offering ideas, concerns, and solutions to ensure company goals were met and advancement the company’s culture.
"I'm very excited to join such a fun, smart and vibrant company," says Allen. "Bluewater felt like a fit before day one and the incredible people here have reinforced that feeling by adopting me in and being supportive toward the initiatives I am taking on. The company has tremendous plans for the future and along with the rest of Bluewater, I look forward to helping deliver success on their goals."
Bluewater is the only woman-owned (WBENC) business of its kind, operating four industry-leading business units that support sensory storytelling through digital & physical canvases. The core offerings include Meeting & Event Technology, Audio Visual Integration Services, Retail Fixtures & Displays, and Fabrication of Environments.
To learn more about the company, services, and projects, visit Bluewatertech.com.