OperationsInc Announces Promotions Within Growing Team

Norwalk, CT. [September 8, 2016] Norwalk-based OperationsInc (www.OperationsInc.com), a leading Norwalk-based Human Resources Consulting and Outsourcing firm, has announced the promotion of two members of their growing team.

“At a time when we continue to grow and expand both our team and services, it is exciting to have such great talent worthy of recognition and promotion,” said OperationsInc CEO, David Lewis.

Promotions:

Lauren Wachnicki – Marketing Administrator

Lauren Wachnicki joined OperationsInc in August 2015 as the Office Administrator, and was promoted in July 2016 to the newly created role of Marketing Administrator. Lauren supports the marketing and event functions for the firm.

Lauren earned a B.A. from the University of Connecticut with a double major in Human Development & Family Studies and Psychology.

Calen Wilk – Business Development Associate

Calen Wilk joined OperationsInc in October 2014 as an Account Coordinator, and was promoted in July 2016 to the newly created post of Business Development Associate. Prior to joining the OperationsInc team, Calen worked for an IT firm managing their marketing and event functions. Currently, Calen supports OperationsInc’s business development and marketing functions.

Calen earned a B.A. with a concentration in Human Resource Management from Western Connecticut State University.

About OperationsInc

Founded by David Lewis in 2001, OperationsInc specializes in HR solutions for small to mid-size businesses and HR professionals. OperationsInc’s portfolio of offerings includes such services as Human Resources Outsourcing, Organizational Development Services, Affordable Care Act Consulting Services, Recruitment Services, Outplacement Services, Benefits Administration, Exit Interview Services, Payroll Administration, and Management and Staff Training.

OperationsInc is located at 535 Connecticut Avenue, Second Floor, Norwalk, CT 06854 and can be reached at (203) 322-0538 or info@OperationsInc.com.

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