Going global

Sara Fields is United Airlines’ new senior vice president-people. Fields
previously served as the airline’s senior vice president-onboard service. She
succeeds Bill Hobgood, who will continue to serve as senior labour advisor to
chairman and CEO Jack Creighton.

Lisa Glatch senior vice-president for HR and administration at US-based
Fluor has been appointed to help establish the US Government’s new
Transportation Security Agency. At Fluor, Glatch is responsible for managing HR
on a global basis for a worldwide workforce of 47,000.    Fluor, with headquarters in California,
provides services globally in engineering, procurement, construction,
maintenance, operations and project management.

John C Honor has been named vice-president for HR and development at US
Airways, headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, US. At US Airways, which flies
international routes, Honor will be responsible for HR strategies and services,
recruitment, corporate education, performance, diversity and leadership
development. Honor’s 25 years of HR experience include senior positions at Booz
Allen and Hamilton, United Technologies (Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Division)
and Major League Baseball.

Jenni Lehman has been named vice-president of global product strategy for
PeopleSoft’s Human Resources Management Systems product division. Before joining
PeopleSoft, Lehman was vice-president and research area director at Gartner
Research Group in Stamford, Connecticut, US. PeopleSoft, which has its
headquarters in Pleasanton, California, US, provides collaborative enterprise
software to more than 4,700 organisations in 107 countries.

Paul Sparrow has been appointed Ford of Europe’s International HR Management
Professor at Manchester Business School in Manchester, UK. Sparrow will hold
the chair for an initial five years. A key focus will be to work with the internal
HR consultancy team on projects with a European focus, such as competency,
employee engagement, providing direction, content and content sourcing.

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