Rogers Hires Human Resource Director

Posted: January 28, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Leadership and the professional growth of employees are among the goals of the city’s new human resource director who begins work next week.




A previous version of this story misstated Dunlap's title with Benton County. The error has been corrected.


Track Record

Thomas Dunlap, who will become the new city human resource director Feb. 3, has been honored several times for his work in the human resource field. Those honors include:

The 2013 Russell Gunter Legislative Advocacy Award from the Arkansas Society of Human Resource Management.

The 2007 statewide Best Practice Award, from the same organization.

The 2007-09 Board of Directors, certification and legislative chairman, for Northwest Arkansas Human Resource Association.

A faculty presenter at the 2010 Wellness Reward Congress in Orlando, Fla.

A faculty presenter at the 2008 Employer Driven-Health Incentives Summit, Phoenix, Ariz.

Source: Staff Report

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