Vice President, Human Resources, Revere Plastics Systems
Kristi Stuetzer’s career includes over 20 years of experience in progressively challenging HR leadership roles, where her accomplishments have centered on strategic business partnering, organizational development and building people-focused processes. Kristi holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Development from Oakland University, a Master of Science in Management from Walsh College, the SHRM Senior Certified Professional designation, a Certificate in Professional Coaching by the International Coach Federation, and a Certificate in Executive Leadership from Cornell University. She also enjoys public speaking where she can share her passion for the HR profession and has been featured at the Michigan State SHRM annual conference. She also founded a peer-to-peer networking group on LinkedIn, called “HR United for Vitality”, for HR professionals and business leaders. The purpose of HR United is to bring HR and business professionals together for best practice sharing, to bolster the impact all people bring to the organizations they work for. When people thrive, teams, businesses and our community thrive with vitality.
Tech Talk: Molding Culture Using Modern HCM
The modern workforce needs modern solutions, and as a manufacturer that has been around for over 50 years, Midwest-based Revere Plastics Systems is no different. As Kristi their VP of HR states, “It blows our workforce’s mind because they never had a platform like this before. Our previous provider really didn’t make the employees’ life any easier, and that doesn’t help cultivate culture.” Learn how Revere Plastics went from a legacy HCM product to the most modern HCM solution that allows them to focus on their people and culture to grow their business.