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Chief People Officer for FGF Group of Companies Joins Joblio Advisory Board

Lori Procher will bring decades of extensive experience in Human Resource solutions to Joblio’s ethical recruitment platform.

Joblio, Inc, a global technology and ethical recruitment platform, is pleased to announce that Lori Procher is joining its Board of Advisors. Ms. Procher is the Chief People Officer for the FGF Group of Companies, an innovative North American Food Processing company.



For over 10 years at FGF, Lori Procher has been a highly engaged and innovative Chief People Officer. She has spearheaded initiatives to build an excellent company culture and develop the Company’s best assets – the people who make it happen. A passion for building a great team and a dedication to supporting the organization’s work toward its vision of “Becoming the World’s Greatest Baker” continue driving Lori.



Prior to joining FGF, Lori had a long and successful career with the Manpower Group of Companies, a global workforce solutions provider recognized as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. There she led the Canadian Organization, where she drove revenue and efficiencies with an uncanny ability to connect with people and help them unleash their full potential.



Lori recognizes that speed, change, and uncertainty have become the norms of today’s business world. She embraces such environments as an opportunity to assist all people equally with compassion, commitment, and courage as they navigate through these times. This mindset and her extensive experience in Human Resource solutions will significantly enhance Joblio’s humanitarian reputation and provide valuable insights into building a more sustainable future. Her beliefs, passions, and invaluable expertise will remind the international community that migrants, refugees, and other vulnerable groups can serve as valuable team members if given opportunities and treated with dignity.



“I’m thrilled to have Lori join our team at Joblio. I love what she stands for and her track record of connecting with people, building teams, and enhancing company culture while driving value will prove invaluable to our platform moving forward,” said Joblio CEO Jon Purizhansky. “Lori has unique experiences and talents that will help Joblio continue establishing a new global standard in ethical recruitment.”



“I am thrilled to have been invited to be a part of Joblio’s Advisory Board with the goal to help contribute in transforming the Global Labor Market,” said Ms. Procher. “Ethical recruitment practices, and my background are completely aligned and something I am very passionate about.”



About Joblio, Inc: Joblio is a leading technology platform in the global migrant labor industry based in Miami, FL. Chaired by David Arkless, Former Global President of the ManpowerGroup, Joblio was founded by Jon Purizhansky in 2020. Joblio prevents fraud and ensures compliance with labor laws in the processes of human capital relocation across the world. By directly connecting migrant laborers with their employers, Joblio removes middlemen from the hiring process to ensure fair and prosperous employment. In 2021, Joblio received the “Excellence Innovation Award in Human Rights Protection” Award from the Abrahamic Business Circle.



Originally Posted: https://joblio.co/en/blog/lori-procher-chief-people-officer-for-the-fgf-group-of-companies-joins-joblio-advisory-board/

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