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Compass Minerals (NYSE: CMP) appointed Steve Berger vice president, human resources. Prior to joining Compass Minerals, Berger served as senior vice president, corporate services at Viterra. Previously Berger was a senior executive at Accenture and a principal at A.T. Kearney.
Commtouch (NASDAQ: CTCH) announced the appointment of Uri Gal as global vice president of human resources. Gal previously served as a global vice president of human resources and administration at Nilit. Gal also served in previous human resource leadership roles at Oridion, as well as Comverse, and DHL.
Scripps Networks Interactive Inc. (NYSE: SNI) has appointed Dennis W. Shuler as executive vice president of human resources, effective May 1. Shuler comes to Scripps Networks Interactive from Kellogg Company where he was chief human resources officer and a member of the company’s executive leadership team. Prior to Kellogg, he was the chief human resources officer for The Walt Disney Company. His experience also includes 23 years in global operations at The Procter & Gamble Company where he held key human resources and business unit leadership roles.
SUPERVALU (NYSE: SVU) announced that Michele Murphy has been named executive vice president, human resources and corporate communications for the company. Murphy has spent the last seven years as SUPERVALU’s senior vice president of corporate human resources and labor relations. She has served in roles with international law firm Morgan Lewis, grocery store operator American Stores and roles of increasing responsibility at Albertsons and SUPERVALU. Murphy replaces Dave Pylipow, executive vice president, human resources and corporate communications, who will leave the company at the end of April. Pylipow has served in his current role since 2006, and previously held the position of vice president, human resources at Save-a-Lot.