Nicole Calamaio recently joined Sundt Construction, Inc. (www.sundt.com) as the general contractor’s new corporate director of total rewards.In this human resources role, Calamaio directs the planning and administration of Sundt’s total rewards program, helping to achieve the company’s strategic objectives. Calamaio’s extensive background in total rewards, including compensation, benefits, recognition programs and talent management systems, will support Sundt’s employee-owners as the company continues to grow.Calamaio brings nearly 20 years of experience working in human resources, 15 of which she spent as director of compensation, benefits and human resource information systems for another prominent construction company. She earned a Master of Arts degree in human resources and industrial relations from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor of Arts degree in human resource management from the University of St. Thomas.
Tweet LocalNews Portsmouth fire officers get relief by: – August 16, 2014 Share Share The plight of sixteen fire officers stationed at Portsmouth is said to be receiving some attention.Fire officers have been protesting over the last two weeks over deplorable working conditions which includes rat and termite infestation, poor ventilation and leaking toilets.The officers camped outside the fire station for several nights with the hope that their cries will be heard.Deputy fire chief Jones Lawrence told Vibes news on August 15, the officers will be relocated to a new facility effective today, Saturday August 16.“Officers will be relocated to the place where we had already identified for them. This is in Portsmouth central and the accommodation is very good, it is not a hope, it is a fact that things will be ok,” he said.Lawrence could not say whether the new facility could become the permanent location of the station.“Until it is changed, we can just possibly look at it as first temporary and secondly permanent because we do not know,” he said.The sixteen fire officers, who were stationed at Portsmouth, were transferred to other stations earlier this week.Dominica Vibes News 33 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share