Personnel Specialist Set

Bizline

February 09, 1992

WESTMINSTER — Carroll County General Hospital has appointed Emily Runser as personnel specialist, in charge of coordinating personnel policies and procedures for the nearly 1,100 full-time and part-time employees who work at the 148-bed hospital.

In announcing the appointment, Dale Middleton, a CCGH vice president who oversees human resource activities,said Runser is a welcome addition to the hospitals Personnel Department.

Her goal is to expedite the recruitment and screening process forqualified applicants. She will work on projects related to employee issues.

In her new post, Runser is responsible for overseeing day-to-day personnel operations of the hospital, recruiting and interviewing applicants, working with departmental managers to establish job criteria, and helping to administer benefit and compensation programs.

She is also in charge of coordinating employee orientation programs for both clinical and ancillary staff and developing training courses to keep employees informed about changes in hospital policies and personnel practices.

Runser's top priorities are to develop policies to achieve the hospital's objectives, and recruit and retain dedicated personnel to assure high standards of quality.

Runser, who lives in Westminster with her husband, Jim, and son, Hank, 1 1/2, hastwo bachelor's degrees from the University of Maryland. She was awarded a degree in graphic design in 1982, and in 1987, she received a second degree in management studies.

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