Ohio, United States
Douglas Beltz is a Human Resource Professional residing in Wadsworth, Ohio. Douglas always has to stay on top of his game and be updated with changing market trends to find ways to improve the programs. His most recent project was with Akron Children’s Hospital as their Compensation Analyst, starting in 2003.
In 1995, then a recent graduate from Akron University with a Bachelors in Human Resouce Management, Douglas Beltz joined Cuyahoga Falls General Hospital as their Human Resource Generalist, gaining thorough understanding of the inner workings of the hospital’s human resource department by managing responsibilities ranging from administering its human resource policies and procedures to representing the hospital at unemployment compensation hearings.
He then worked for FedEx Logistics a their Human a Senior Compensation/HRIS Analyst fulfilling an array of HR responsibilities for a team of 3500 employees and 80 sites nationwide. At University Hospital Healthcare System, Douglas Beltz had worked with an even larger number of people as the hospital’s Senior Compensation Analyst, implementing and improving merit increase program for the hospital’s 13,000 employees, among many other things.
Douglas Beltz earned his MBA from Akron University in 2000. His role at Akron Children’s Hospital included many administrative duties alongside his duties as the hospital’s Compensation Analyst. He handled the daily strategic compensation management, managed annual and on-demand market review, created and implemented management and non-management compensation training programs and also various productivity and performance-based incentive compensation programs.
Douglas also volunteers his time to various local non-profit organizations to maintain a strong alliance in his community and to give to those in need. One of those organizations is NAMI where he is a strong mental health awarness advocate with the Medina County NAMI office. In this capacity, he conducts mental health presentations to various organizations such as local high schools and police/firefighter vocational training schools in Medina County. He also attends various NAMI conferences to keep abreast of information in this field.
Beltz has three children and often finds himself as the head for campouts for both boys and girls. He also volunteers at organizations across the communtity for important issues like homelessness and mental illness. Douglas Beltz looks forward to r