Haunhorst joint LBMC Employment Partners
LBMC Employment Partners, LLC, a member of the LBMC (Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC) Family of Companies, has added Judy Haunhorst in its Brentwood (Nashville), TN office.
Haunhorst has joined LBMC Employment Partners, LLC as an HR Assistant. Originally from Hungary, Budapest, Haunhorst received a Track and Cross Country Scholarship to begin her college education in the U.S. She recently received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Toledo.
While attending the University of Toledo, Haunhorst served as building manager where she performed a variety of administrative and customer service tasks. She recognizes the importance of establishing and cultivating client relationship and feels this is a personal strength she will utilize fully in her new position. Haunhorst is an active member of the HR Career Transition Group and enjoys running, painting, and outdoor activities in her spare time.
LBMC Employment Partners, LLC, is a leading human resources consulting firm with offices in Nashville (Brentwood), Knoxville, and Chattanooga, TN. LBMC Employment Partners provides a complete menu of human resources products and services including Professional Employer Organization (PEO), human resources consulting, regulatory compliance, health and employee benefits, workers' compensation, COBRA, payroll and tax compliance, Section 125 plans, and unemployment insurance claims. For more information on LBMC, visit its Web site.
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