Libra Industries Promotes Nicole Warfe to Senior Manager, Human Resources


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Libra Industries, a privately-held systems integration and electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider, announced the promotion of Nicole Warfe to Senior Manager, Human Resources. Warfe will lead the US HR Operations for all plants and will continue to manage the daily operations at Libra’s Dayton facility.

A Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR), Warfe has an extensive background in HR generalist affairs. She has experience in employee recruitment and retention, staff development, mediation, conflict resolution, benefits and compensation, HR records management, HR policy development and legal compliance.

In her new role, Warfe will lead the payroll, recruiting and benefit programs for Libra’s US employees. She will continue to support the company’s efforts of strategically building out performance management programs, career mapping, employee programs and corporate training efforts.

This movement in HR allows Libra the ability to build out employee programs, trainings and a performance management program that provides opportunities for our employees to have career development and advancement at Libra.

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