Greg Giangrade has been appointed by Time Inc. as executive vice president and chief human resources officer.
According to the press release, the role will be effective April 30.
In this role, Mr. Giangrande will lead all aspects of Human Resources for the Company, including talent recruitment and development, compensation and benefits. He will report to Time Inc. CEO Laura Lang.
In the press release, Lang stated, “Greg is one of the most highly-regarded executives in his field – he brings with him deep knowledge of the media business and considerable experience in recruiting, developing and engaging employees in our industry.”
As for his specific responsibilities, as per the release he’ll work closely with senior management regarding growth strategies, corporate culture, and maintaining a bench strength of talent, to name a few.
Also pointed out in the press release, most recently Giangrande worked as executive vice president, chief human resources officer at The Dow Jones Company/The Wall Street Journal.
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