Human Resources Business Partner Jobs in Los Angeles, California
2 Los Angeles, CA Human Resources Business Partner jobs found on Monster.Jobs 1 to 2 of 2
Stewart Title of Minnesota Glendale, CA, 91206
Since 1893, Stewart has served our customers with integrity and service excellence. We focus on smart growth – allowing us to remain strong regardless of external market conditions. Stewart (NYSE: STC) is a customer-focused, global title insurance and real estate services company offering products and services through our direct operations, network of approved issuing agencies and other companies ...
Thomson Reuters Culver City, CA
Description Are you a driven Human Resources Business Partner with a team focus, excellent communication and collaboration skills, and the ability to handle multiple priorities? Then this position as HR Manager supporting and providing guidance to the Technology organization for the Legal EnterpriseSolutions global line of business is for you. This role combines the implementation of strategic HR...
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