HireLevel Promotes Shaunda Mohme to Risk Control Specialist
Mar 6, 2017
Mar 6, 2017
(March 6, 2017 -Edwardsville, IL) HireLevel powered by Extra Help, one of the region’s largest women-owned employment, payroll, and workforce management companies has promoted Shaunda Mohme, CSP to Risk Control Specialist. Mohme will work closely with the company to evolve the accident prevention procedures and safety programs for HireLevel, and their clients. She will also be the driving force in coordinating and implementing the timely execution of the risk management program within and across the lines of business and office locations.
Each state has its own staffing agency workers compensation laws and guidelines when controlling risk management within the company. Working with HireLevel for all of your staffing needs ensures your workers compensation insurance, injured employees and cost of reassigning the employee is handled. Mohme will be the liaison working with employees, insurance agencies, attorneys and managing case files within the workplace. She will also be working closely with our clients to help them take preventative measures, and find solutions to common workplace incidents. Shaunda brings experience as an on-site in a warehouse setting and hands on experience in accident investigation procedures.
“Shaunda has been a key part of our success, and we were thrilled to promote her to this important position,” said Teresa Katubig, President and CEO of HireLevel. “The decision to promote her came from her hard work and professionalism.”
“I’m committed to the continued growth of HireLevel, and the success of our current and future clients,” said Mohme. I look forward to becoming more involved and return to my medical roots. Overall, I want to make sure that what accidents can be prevented are prevented.”
For more information about HireLevel visit our website at www.HireLevel.com.
Contact Shaunda for more information on our risk management program and benefits when working with a staffing agency.
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