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Graeme Atkinson

Published on October 08, 2012 with No Comments

Atkinson Joins Gloria Nilson Realtors M’town Office

 

MIDDLETOWN – Gloria Nilson, REALTORS®, Real Living welcomed Graeme Atkinson to the Middletown office as a broker/sales associate.

Graeme Atkinson

Atkinson brings 19 years of real estate experience, and has spent most of those years as a real estate sales associate in Middletown.

Atkinson’s extensive real estate background in planning and acquisition, residential and commercial real estate and new home sales make him a perfect fit at Gloria Nilson REALTORS®, Middletown. Having earned his real estate license in 1993, Atkinson has participated in real estate transactions valued at more than $80 million before joining the company.

Atkinson is a resident of Long Branch and he is well known for his contributions to many charitable organizations, including Habitat for Humanity, Rainbow Foundation, Lunch Break and Relay for Life. He attended James Watt College of Engineering, U.K.

Atkinson can be reached at 732-747-5600.

 

HR Group to Hold Meeting on Bullying in the Workplace

 

NEPTUNE – Some studies suggest that up to one-third of workers may be victims of workplace bullying. Just as school administrators have the responsibility to develop policies to address bullying, it is up to human resource professionals to develop prevention strategies and sound management practices in order to react swiftly when bullying occurs in the workplace.

The Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources (JSAHR) will hold a meeting from 8 to 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, for attendees to learn how to create a bully-free workplace environment at Jumping Brook Country Club, 210 Jumping Brook Road.

During the meeting, hosted by the Diversity and Inclusion Committee, a panel of HR experts will discuss “Bullying in the Workplace: HR’s Role in Creating a Bully-free Environment.” Topics include the definition of bullying and how it compares to harassment; federal and New Jersey laws regarding employer obligations; best practices and recommendations for anti-bullying policies and prevention strategies, and how bullying in schools affects the workplace.

Attendees will receive a template for developing a written policy designed to prevent bullying.

The panel will include: Luanne Peterpaul, partner at Peterpaul & Clark, a co-author of the State of New Jersey’s Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights; Jennifer Limsky, vice president of employee relations at Prudential Insurance; Terri Dawe, employee assistance program coordinator at CPC Behavioral Healthcare; and attorney Robin Ross, director of compliance and training at the Employers Association of N.J.

Employers Association of N.J. is sponsoring the meeting.  A question and answer period will follow.

The registration fee and a full buffet breakfast is $25 for JSAHR members; $40 for nonmembers; and an additional $5 for walk-ins.

Registration is available by contacting Kathi Evans, JSAHR administrator, at 732-270-5204 or email jsahradmin@atbcelebrations.com.

 

Archer & Greiner Opens Monmouth County Office

 

SHREWSBURY – The law firm of Archer & Greiner P.C. has established an office in Monmouth County, expanding one of the region’s largest law firms with the addition of the three name partners of Nelson Supko & Hanlon LLC, Archer & Greiner President Christopher R. Gibson and Chairman James H. Carll announced.

Brian M. Nelson

Brian M. Nelson and Michael P. Supko joined Archer & Greiner Oct. 1 as partners and Christine Giordano Hanlon will join the firm as of counsel.

The firm’s office will be at the 830 Broad St. location where Nelson Supko & Hanlon has been located.

The additions expand Archer & Greiner’s regional network of offices to nine locations spanning New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and New York. The fourth largest law firm headquartered in New Jersey, Archer & Greiner now has more than 215 attorneys and more than 450 employees firm-wide.

Archer & Greiner has established itself as one of the preeminent full-service law firms in the region, with clients that include some of the world’s largest corporations as well other large, mid-size and small businesses, major governmental agencies, nonprofit organizations and individuals. The firm provides representation and counsel in the full range of practice areas including corporate law, litigation, labor and employment, intellectual property, health care, real estate, trusts and estates, and family law.

Nelson of Shrewsbury represents public entities, elected and appointed officials, nonprofits and private and public corporations in legal and governmental affairs matters in New Jersey. His public representations include serving as township attorney to Middletown, law director for Tinton Falls and Monmouth County special counsel.

Supko of Oceanport practices in the areas of real estate, affordable housing, banking, finance, municipal law and general corporate law. He has served in the counsel’s office of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the Republican State Senate Office, as counsel to the Holmdel Board of Health, Monmouth County special counsel for various real estate acquisitions and as counsel to the county health department.

Hanlon of Ocean Township focuses her practice on municipal law and civil litigation. She has more than 20 years of litigation experience, both civil and criminal, including more than three years as an assistant district attorney in Bronx County, N.Y., where she prosecuted white collar, narcotics and violent felony cases as a member of the arson and economic crime unit. Her private practice experience includes representing automobile manufacturers, insurance companies and other corporate and individual clients in litigation matters involving products liability, personal injury, asbestos, toxic tort, intellectual property and criminal cases. She serves as municipal prosecutor for Atlantic Highlands and deputy borough attorney for Tinton Falls.

 

 

Vaccaro Named Board Chairman of VNA Health Group

 

RED BANK – Visiting Nurse Association Health Group, (VNAHG) has an­nounc­ed the appointment of James S. Vaccaro, as the new chairman of the Visiting Nurse ssociation Health Group Board of Trustees.

Vaccaro has been an active board member since 2003 and served as treasurer of the VNA Health Group board since 2009.

Vaccaro is currently president and CEO of Manasquan Savings Bank. He has a long-standing career in banking, serving as former CEO of Monmouth Community Bank, which he helped form in 1998 and later as CEO and chairman of Central Jersey Bancorp, a $600 million Bank Holding Co. where he was instrumental in its 2010 merger with Kearny Financial Corp. In 2011, Vaccaro was appointed chief operating officer of Springpoint Senior Living, Inc.

Vaccaro is a graduate of Ursinus College and an advanced certificate program from Harvard Graduate School of Business. He serves on numerous local boards including Monmouth University, Barnabas Health, Monmouth Medical Center, NJ Repertory Theater, Preventions First Leadership Cabinet and Interfaith Neighbors Advisory Board.

A life-long Monmouth County resident, Vaccaro lives in West Allenhurst with his wife JoAnn. They have three grown children.

VNA Health Group is the largest visiting nurse association in New Jersey and provides home care, hospice and community-based care to 120,000 people each year. The VNA Health Group family provides services in 15 counties throughout New Jersey, representing 78 percent of the state’s popula­tion. Members include Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey, RWJ Visiting Nurses, Cape VNA and VNA of Englewood.

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