CorporateRewards welcomes Brian Dodds as Vice President of Channel Sales. In this role, he will lead CorporateRewards' team of re-sellers around the country in selling the company's employee recognition and performance solutions.
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New York, NY– CorporateRewards a provider of employee engagement and performance solutions and software, has announced today that James J. Hemmer has been named CEO, brought in to lead the company into its next phase of expansion. Hemmer replaces Company Founder & CEO G. Edward Brookshire, who will remain on the Board of Directors as Chairman Emeritus.
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