Human Resources & Organizational Effectiveness Support
Peter C. Loomis is the principal for LOOMIS Associates, a human resources and organizational effectiveness consulting firm in Buffalo, NY. He has served in senior management and as a teacher and consultant in the field of Human Resources and Organizational Development for more than 35 years, principally with manufacturing, nonprofit and healthcare organizations.
Pete received his degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources. He has been on the adjunct faculty for the Cornell University ILR School, SUNY Empire State College—FORUM, Medaille College and Niagara University.
Services to clients include HR systems assessments, employee handbooks and policies, compensation and benefits systems, labor relations, employee surveys, organizational analysis, management development and telephone/on-line HR helpline support, among others.
Pete has held executive and senior HR management and consulting positions with Dopkins & Company, Brooks Memorial Hospital, St. Marys Health Center (Missouri), Crucible Specialty Metals, Garlock Corp., Lamson Corporation and Chicago Pneumatic Tools.
He has developed and presented various management and supervisory training programs through Cornell University, Syracuse University’s University College, Empire State College, The Industrial Management Council of Rochester, The Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce and The Manufacturer’s Association of Central New York and has presented numerous seminars for nonprofit and business organizations.
Professional affiliations include:
- Society for Human Resource Management
- Cornell ILR Alumni Association
- United Way of Buffalo and Erie County (HR Advisory Committee)
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