Liverpool promoted at The MarketPlace
After a year as assistant human resources manager at The MarketPlace, Racquel Liverpool has been promoted to manager of the department.
In her new role, Ms Liverpool, will continue reporting to the director of administration. Her major responsibilities will be associated with recruitment, selection, training and development, performance management and employee relations for The MarketPlace and its sister companies, PriceRite and Sears Bermuda.
Ms Liverpool has rapidly risen through the ranks in her career as an HR professional. She began in the industry when she was seconded to the Bermuda Government’s human resource department between 2012 to 2013. She then joined The MarketPlace as human resources administrator in April 2016, her first role as an HR professional, and was then promoted to assistant human resources manager in June 2018.
Ms Liverpool, a recipient of The MarketPlace Education Award, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Science with an emphasis in HR management from the University of Phoenix in Phoenix, Arizona and in August 2019, obtained a Master of Business Administration with specialisation in HR management from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
“We are proud and fortunate to have an individual of Racquel’s calibre,” Seth Stutzman, president of The MarketPlace, said: “Her rapid success is the epitome of hard-work, dedication and determination. Racquel joined The MarketPlace family to continue her professional development, not knowing she would ascend to Human Resources Manager, upon successful completion of her graduate degree, at such an early stage of her career. The tenacity she displayed in the two years it took her to complete her degree, personally and professionally, is truly remarkable, which makes her even more worthy of the role. We are thrilled to welcome her to the leadership team.”
Ms Liverpool thanked The Marketplace for the opportunity for continued growth within the organisation.
“I am elated to be a member of this establishment and the management team,” Ms Liverpool said. “I look forward to working with the management team and employees to contribute to the success of the organisation.”
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