human resources officer Erin Gattis Honored

FORT SMITH, Ark  ArcBest® (Nasdaq: ARCB), a chief in grant chain logistics, is thrilled to announce that Erin Gattis is amongst the 2020 recipients of the C-Suite Award by way of the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal.

"I am honored to obtain the C-Suite Award this year," stated Gattis, ArcBest chief human sources officer. "In my role, I get to center of attention on the personnel who make ArcBest a exceptional area to work and attempt to make a nice have an impact on each day. I'm so proud to be section of the ArcBest team."

In Gattis' position as chief human assets officer, she oversees mastering and development, recruiting, worker experience, compensation, group of workers analytics, benefits, retirement services, payroll and a variety of company governance responsibilities.

"I'm very proud of Erin and this richly deserved recognition," stated Judy R. McReynolds, ArcBest chairman, president and CEO. "Erin is a crucial member of our management team, as she is centered on initiatives to fortify our values-driven culture, develop and enhance our people, and make sure ArcBest stays an business enterprise of desire round the country."

Under Gattis' leadership, the organisation has hooked up strong applications for succession planning, worker experience, management improvement and performance, as properly as a sturdy well-being application centered on a healthier, greater engaged workforce.

Gattis additionally is lively in the community, serving as a member of the United Way of Fort Smith Area Board (including a time period as board president in 2018); advisory member of the College of Business Dean's Leadership Council for the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith; mentor for the UAFS Alumni Association's Mentor Connections program; advisory board member for the Institute for Emerging Leadership; member of the Business Advisory Council at Arkansas Tech University; and board member for the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce thru 2019.

A native of Peter Pender, Arkansas, Gattis holds a bachelor's diploma in economics and finance from Arkansas Tech and has a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and SHRM-SCP certification. She joined ArcBest in 1999.

This marks the sixth 12 months the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal has chosen a type of C-Suite award winners; the application is designed to understand C-level executives riding success and innovation in the region's enterprise community. 

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