For Sierra Nevada to maintain a high level of craft brewing innovation and global sustainability, they need to recruit and manage team members at the top of their game. The fact that Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. is family-owned and operated makes this especially significant as they have a legacy to protect.
Rite Aid is always recruiting talent, from entry-level store personnel to healthcare professionals and C-suite executives. Job descriptions were a constant source of frustration as they existed on multiple databases, shared drives, excel spreadsheets, and various other formats, platforms, and on individual employees’ computers. As a result, managing job descriptions was neither manageable nor sustainable.
When Jennifer Peacock and her team chose JDXpert to help them manage and store job descriptions, little did she know that it would actually save them from a multi-million-dollar wage and hour lawsuit. Prior to starting her own HR consulting firm, Innovative Consulting Services, Ms. Peacock was employed as a consultant for a large government contractor. She was tasked with creating and implementing a new compensation program that would enable her client to better-manage the compensation of its more than 6,300 employees.
As one of the nation’s largest, leading energy-delivery companies, this Northeastern organization has over 10,000 employees to provide a variety of energy products and services to its customers. Delivering electricity, steam, and natural gas to millions of customers while maintaining top safety and sustainability protocols requires a high level of recruiting, training, and retaining valuable employees within the organization. To accomplish their organization’s strategic mission, a strong performing workforce is imperative.
With more than 16,000 employees, this Southern California energy company develops energy infrastructure, operate utilities, and provide associated products and services to more than 32 million consumers worldwide. With such an expansive reach in their marketplace and vast number of employees, emphasis was placed on maintaining and managing their job descriptions, and their various versions.
Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) is a Christian organization that provides aviation, communications, and learning technology services to more than 1,000 Christian and humanitarian agencies. This also includes thousands of isolated missionaries and indigenous villagers in the world’s most remote areas. With such an expansive outreach comes tremendous responsibility and requires that MAF’s employees are not only able to complete the jobs necessary to help the people they serve, but that they also have access to tools that enable them to work to the best of their ability.
With more than 7,000 employees, Children’s Mercy Hospital provides compassionate, comprehensive care for children in the Kansas City region and beyond. To provide the highest quality health care possible, it is imperative to recruit and manage healthcare providers and staff who are exceptional in their fields. The hospital’s Human Resources team realized they needed a system to maintain and manage their numerous job descriptions with an ability to update, standardize and share them across multiple teams.