Robert T. Enos appointed Sr. Vice President, Human Resources & Administration CBIS.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Enos served as vice president, Human Resources and Administration. His responsibilities included directing domestic and international HR administrative functions including: staffing and employment; employee performance; benefits and compensation; career development systems; EEO and labor relations; corporate communications; and purchasing and travel functions. Mr. Enos previously served as assistant vice president, human resources, and as director of human resources, personnel manager, and personnel specialist.
Mr. Enos is a member of the Society of Human Resources Management and various international human resource organizations. He was named to the Bureau of National Affairs Policies Forum and serves as the vice chairman and is on the executive committee of the board of directors for "Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates," a non-profit secondary education development program.
Mr. Enos holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and an MBA from Xavier University, Cincinnati.
CBIS is Cincinnati Bell Information Systems, the global leader in the provision and management of customer care and billing solutions for the communications industry. CBIS's state-of-the-art data center infrastructure centered in Cincinnati and Orlando, and client sites, produce more than 260,000,000 bills for cable TV, wireless and wireline telephony, and convergent services each year.
CBIS uses its extensive billing systems expertise and service bureau experience to create advantages for leading companies in wireless, wireline, cable, and emerging communications services. CBIS -- a subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell Inc. (NYSE:CSN) -- is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to a diverse work force. CBIS's web site is http://www.cbis.com
CBIS is a registered service mark of Cincinnati Bell Information Systems Inc.
CONTACT: CBIS, Cincinnati
John Pratt, 513/723-3669 or 800/327-3900
E-Mail: john.pratt(at sign)cbis.com
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|Date:||Jan 21, 1997|
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