ID Media SVP, Director of Human Resources Danielle Dorter Named a 2012 Workforce Magazine HR "Game Changer"
NEW YORK, Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Danielle Dorter, SVP, Director of Human Resources at ID Media, an Interpublic Group media agency, has been named an HR "Game Changer" by Workforce Management.
The magazine, published by Crain Communications, this week announced the winners of its second annual "Game Changers" awards, which honor innovative and dynamic HR and workplace management professionals under age 40. The publication reaches senior-level HR professionals and C-suite executives at 2,500 of the largest corporations in America.
Since joining ID Media in 2010, Danielle, a member of the agency's Executive Committee, has kicked off a variety of initiatives to cultivate workplace and leadership talent. She launched "Open Options," a program that helps employees explore career options in different departments. She has also fostered agency on-the-job and managerial skills development via new monthly training seminars, such as "Effective Communication," "Generations in the Workplace," "Performing Constructive Employee Appraisals" and "Interview Skills Training."
Such initiatives have increased employee retention and workplace satisfaction. In 2012, ID Media was honored with its fifth "Best Places to Work" award (from the Los Angeles Business Journal) and its fifth MERGE award (from parent company IPG) for cultivating workplace diversity and inclusion
Says ID Media CEO Lynn Fantom: "As a company specializing in accountable media services, we're known as innovative game changers. I am very pleased that, through Danielle's leadership, that quality also applies to how we cultivate talent."
Danielle, who graduated with a B.A. in music from the State University of New York at New Paltz, began her HR career at the New York Public Library. During the dot-com boom, she worked as HR Manager at multimedia start-up company Vault.com. On the agency side, she's served as HR Manager at Euro RSCG Life, and WPP-owned G2, where she rose from Associate HR Director to VP, HR Director. In 2012, she was promoted to SVP at ID Media.
This year's "Game Changers" awards also includes winners from Pitney Bowes, Infosys, Express Scripts, and DaVita. For the complete list of winners and their profiles, go to http://www.workforce.com.
About ID Media
ID Media is an Interpublic Group media agency known for identifying and delivering accountable media solutions that create better business outcomes for marketers. Backed by a culture that's deeply accountable for results, our people drive costs down, engagement up across television, digital and print channels. We work with many leading brands, including American Express, Johnson & Johnson, Nationwide Insurance, Intuit, Nikon and Match.com. ID Media is also a five-time winner of IPG awards for diversity and inclusion, and has been recognized by Crain's as one of its "Best Places to Work in NYC" in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. In 2012, the Los Angeles Business Journal also named ID Media a "Best Place to Work in L.A." For more information, visit http://www.idmediaww.com.
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