CBS Corp. elevated HR executive Laurie Rosenfield to the newly created role of chief people officer, another sign the broadcaster is re-evaluating its corporate culture after the sexual-misconduct scandal of ex-CEO Les Moonves.
In the new job, Rosenfield will report directly to acting Chief Executive Officer Joe Ianniello, CBS said on Thursday. Joe Ianniello took the reins on a temporary basis last month after the resignation of Moonves, who faces allegations that he sexually harassed a dozen women and tried to harm their careers.
“This role has been created to ensure we remain steadfast in our commitment to putting our people first,” Ianniello said in a statement, adding that there was an “opportunity in front of us to strengthen our workplace.”
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By |2018-10-11T15:40:00+00:00October 11th, 2018|News|