HR pros Hutchison, Peppard recognized for jobs well done

Butler, Kelley M.
February 2008
Employee Benefit News;Feb2008, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p57
The article reports on the achievements of two benefits industry professionals in the U.S. Ken Hutchinson, retired vice president for human resources at the University of Missouri, received the 2007 Lillywhite award from the Employee Benefit Research Institute. The award was given in recognition of Hutchinson's contributions to economic security. Meanwhile, Denise Peppard was promoted as vice senior vice president of human resources at Wyeth.


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