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Human Rights Watch is hiring its first chief people officer and charging him with elevating the international group’s focus on diversity, equity and inclusion strategies. So reports Human Rights Watch.

Colin Mincy starts in his new role in January and will manage recruitment, hiring, compensation and benefits, performance management, learning and development and employee/labor relations for staff in more than 80 world-wide locations.

“I look forward to helping to put Human Rights Watch’s values into practice to further foster a resilient, diverse community of colleagues around the world,” Mincy said.

Read the full article from Human Rights Watch.

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