March 17, 2008, 12:00 AM

E-retailer Shutterfly hires a vice president of human resources

Online photography retailer Shutterfly Inc. has named Peter Navin vice president of human resources. Navin will be responsible for recruitment and compensation policies

Katie Evans

Managing Editor, International Research

Online photography retailer Shutterfly Inc. has named Peter Navin vice president of human resources. Navin will be responsible for recruiting new employees and also manage compensation, benefits, organizational structure and internal education for Shutterfly.

Online photography retailer Shutterfly Inc. has named Peter Navin vice president of human resources. Navin will be responsible for recruiting new employees and managing compensation, benefits, organizational structure and internal education for Shutterfly, which ranks No. 93 in the Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide.

Prior to Shutterfly, Navin worked at Electronic Arts Inc. where he was the human resources executive in charge of the company’s Games Label as well as mergers and acquisitions. Navin also has held posts at ChemConnnect Inc., an Internet supply chain services and market information company for the chemical industry and international investment bank Brown Brothers and Harriman Co.

Navin will report to president and CEO, Jeffrey Housenbold, who is speaking at the Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition, June 9-12 in Chicago, in a session entitled The Internet’s New Made-for-Me Markets.

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