Kristi  Gruber was Appointed as Human Resources Analyst at Mazda

Date of management change: June 15, 2015 

What Happened?

Irvine, CA-based Kristi  Gruber as Human Resources Analyst

 

About the Company

Since 1931, Mazda has grown into a world-wide automotive manufacturer, conducting business in nearly 140 countries and regions around the world. Engrossed in its brand message of “Zoom-Zoom,” and harnessing the emotion of motion through fun and exhilarating driving experiences, Mazda has managed to capture this most innate feeling first felt as a child. Looking to the future of “Sustainable Zoom-Zoom,” Mazda has developed SKYACTIV® TECHNOLOGY to ensure an ongoing consideration for its environment while still retaining a dynamic driving experience and not losing sight of what its customers expect from a vehicle. Launching its sixth-generation of products using the “KODO – Soul of Motion” design theme and SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY, Mazda is poised to reach more consumers than ever, providing them with an automobile and ownership experience like none before. Building on low cost of ownership, fuel efficiency, style and sophistication, advanced technologies and unparalleled driving dynamics, Mazda is driving toward the future.

 

About the Person

I am a Human Resources professional with several years of experience in Compensation, Benefits, Payroll, Recruiting & Employee Relations. My work history includes companies in retail, finance/banking, telecommunications, engineering / construction, property management, healthcare, medical devices and fast casual restaurant industries.  

 

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