Survey: Google and Costco tops in compensation and benefits
New York — Google and Costco Wholesale Corp. came out on top in a survey of large companies with the best compensation and benefits for workers by jobs site Glassdoor. Rounding out the top five were Facebook, Adobe and Epic.
The ranking was based on an online anonymous survey that asked employees to rate how satisfied they were with their pay and benefits on a scale of 1 to 5. Costco and Google both received a score of 4.4 out of 5. Google ranked higher than Costco only by fractions of a point.
In general, tech companies made a strong showing in the top 25 survey. Intuit came in at No. 6; Salesforce at No. 9; Microsoft at No.18; and eBay at No. 25.
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Stein Mart taps former Belk exec as director on e-commerce
Jackonsville, Fla. — Stein Mart on Thursday said it has appointed Sara Meza as director of e-commerce.
Meza came on board in April, following a 12-year tenure at Belk where she led the original launch of the retailer’s website business.
Toys ‘R’ Us names managing director for Australia unit
Wayne, N.J. — Toys “R” Us announced the appointment of Campbell Lennox as managing director, Toys “R” Us, Australia, effective May 26.
Lennox will oversee all operations and business activities for the company’s 34 store locations and e-commerce site, as well as provide leadership for the more than 1,700 employees throughout the country. His responsibilities will include marketing, merchandising, store operations and customer service excellence.
Lennox joins the company with over 20 years of retail and management experience, including a series of roles of increasing responsibility in operations and merchandising. He most recently served as general manager, merchandise operations for Harvey Norman, an omnichannel retailer, incorporating an integrated retail, franchise, property and digital platform.