Smarsh, providing comprehensive information archiving solutions for compliance, e-discovery and risk management, today announced the hiring of Suzanne Rudnitzki as the companys Chief People Officer (CPO). Reporting directly to Smarsh CEO Brian Cramer, Rudnitzki will lead the combined Human Resources, Diversity & Inclusion and Facilities teams with a focus on providing the best environment for staff success.
We are excited to have an executive of Suzannes caliber join us as our first-ever Chief People Officer and are confident that her dedication and vision for the future of Smarsh will position us to attract, develop and retain best-in-class talent, said Brian Cramer, CEO, Smarsh. Suzannes career has centered around her passion for helping organizations and individuals reach their full potential. Developing a workplace culture where people can feel valued and appreciated has always been a priority for our company, and now we can take that effort to the next level.
With more than two decades of executive strategic consulting, convention speaking, training facilitation and real-life business experience, Rudnitzki will focus on the practical application of information and leadership principles. She brings deep functional expertise that will help shape workforce strategy and culture, with the goal of continuing to grow a company where people can feel valued, represent the companys culture, develop their careers and impact the business.
Im honored to join the Smarsh team, where I will take pride in helping our employees reach their full potential, said Rudnitzki. Our industry is moving at a rapid pace and, as a company, Smarsh continues to be at the forefront in placing an investment in our employees future. I look forward to working with the talented and passionate staff of this great company with a strong focus on our most important asset “ our people.
Rudnitzki comes to Smarsh from Telecare Corporation, where she served as the Chief Human Resources Officer and Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Suzanne previously served as a consultant for Xerox Corp., facilitated the international intrapreneurial leadership training for Procter & Gamble, and developed training curriculum and provided consulting for Nissan, General Motors, Herman Miller and Magna Corporation. She has been a keynote speaker for the Hospital Purchasing Services, High Point National Furniture Mart, and The Color Marketing Council. She is also the author of Not So Basic New Hire Orientation.
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Smarsh delivers a comprehensive and integrated suite of information archiving applications and services that help companies protect themselves and manage risk. Its centralized platform provides a unified compliance and e-discovery workflow across the entire range of digital communications, including email, social media, websites, instant messaging, mobile text messaging and voice.
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