BWWB

AcronymDefinition
BWWBBirmingham Water Works Board (Birmingham, AL)
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When HR received the forms, we recorded the overall ratings on a spreadsheet to upload into payroll for merit increases and then filed the paperwork," said Paul Lloyd, director of human resources for BWWB.
Our goal is to manage our talent strategically with real-time data that will help us maximize productivity, operate as efficiently as possible, and make the employment experience positive at BWWB.
Founded in 1951, the BWWB provides clean drinking water to more than 600,000 people in the Birmingham Metropolitan Area.