US: Weber joins Neiman Marcus as HR officer
US department store retailer Neiman Marcus has appointed Joseph Weber as senior vice president and chief human resources officer.
He will be responsible for all areas of human resources and loss prevention including staff relations, learning and development, recruitment, compensation, internal communications and benefits.
Weber, who has previously held various positions at the Bank of America Corp and electronics provider Dell, will join Neiman Marcus on 4 September.
Earlier this month, the retailer saw its fourth-quarter sales increase 9.3% to US$1.01bn due to strong gains in the company's online business. Comparable revenues climbed 7.9% to $991m.
Joseph Weber To Join Neiman Marcus Group As Chief Human Resources Officer
DALLAS, Aug. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Karen Katz, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Neiman Marcus Group, announced today that Joseph Weber would be joining the company September 4th, as Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer. Mr. Weber will be responsible for all areas of human resources and loss prevention including associate relations, learning and development, recruitment, compensation, internal communications, and benefits.
"Joe Weber's extensive executive and international experience at companies known for world-class human resources practices makes him the perfect addition to The Neiman Marcus Group team, " said Karen Katz. "Along with his great leadership qualities and compelling vision of the strategic role of human resources, Joe also has a mastery and knowledge of talent management, recruitment, learning and development and organizational design."
Mr. Weber joins Neiman Marcus from Bank of America Corporation, where he held various positions, most recently Head, Human Resources EMEA, Latin America and Canada. Prior to Bank of America, he was with Dell, Inc. and General Electric Company.
The Neiman Marcus Group operations include the Specialty Retail Stores segment and the Direct Marketing segment. The Specialty Retail Stores segment consists primarily of Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman stores. The Direct Marketing segment conducts both online and print catalog operations under the Neiman Marcus, Horchow, Last Call and Bergdorf Goodman brand names. Information about the Company can be accessed at www.neimanmarcusgroup.com.
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