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SGA Talent Presents The Exceptional Women Human Resources Leaders From The Fortune 150

Sheila Greco, President SGA Talent

Today I would like to introduce SGA Talent’s Study of the Fortune 150, (View our new study here: ) highlighting Women Human Resources leaders. As we carefully identify, create organization charts and compare talent focusing on the Fortune 150, once again we notice women continue to occupy the Human Resources functions compared to other major functions. (See chart below)

We love to conduct studies and learn. We also like to share top line findings with our followers! Each study is unique but the overall goal of each study is to conduct rigorous research activities to create strong robust talent pools focusing of companies that are often part of recruiting target lists; the obvious- Fortune 1000, Forbes 2000, CNBC Disruptor List, S&P 500 as well as many of the top 50 industry leaders. We conduct these studies to keep our team up to date on who and where many of the very skilled talent resides. These studies also help us become aware of industry trends, trends amongst the leadership ranks, organizational changes, gender gaps, and more. As trusted advisors and problem solvers to our clients, we believe our studies provide our team with invaluable robust information we can use as we help our clients meet their many talent objectives. Enjoy!

If you find this report interesting, be sure to get your own copy of our next study to be released later this month, which is our annual in-depth study of  the Fortune 150 Leaders.

 

 

Below is the list of the Women Human Resources Leaders of the Fortune 150 as researched by our team. Congrats to all who made the list!

Walmart Jacqui Canney: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer

Apple Deirdre O’Brien: Vice President, People

Unitedhealth Ellen Wilson: Vice President, People

CVS Lisa Bisaccia: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer

Amazon Beth Galetti: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer

General Motors Kimberly Brycz: Vice President, Global Human Resource Officer

Ford Kiersten Robinson: Group Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer

AmerisourceBergen Kathy Gaddes: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer

Exelon Amy Best : Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Mass Mutual Susan Cicco : Chief Human Resources Officer, Chief Communications Officer

Chevron Rhonda Morris: Vice President of Human Resources

Cardinal Health Pamela Kimmet: Chief Human Resource Officer

Walgreens Boots Alliance Kathleen Wilson-Thompson: Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer

JPMorgan Chase Robin Leopold: Human Resources

Alphabet Eileen Naughton: Vice President, People Operations

3M Marlene McGrath : Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Time Warner Karen Magee : Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

General Dynamics Kimberly Kuryea : Senior Vice President, Human Resources & Administration

USAA Patricia Teague : Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Bank of America Sheri Bronstein: Executive, Global Human Resource

Express Scripts Sara Wade: Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer

Wells Fargo Hope Hardison: Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer

Boeing Heidi Capozzi: Senior Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Phillips 66 Sonya Reed: Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Anthem Jacquelyn Wolf: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer

Microsoft Kathleen Hogan: Executive Vice President, Human Resource

Valero Julia Rendon Reinhart: Vice President, Human Resources

IBM Diane Gherson: Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Freddie Mac Jacqueline Welch: Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Diversity & Inclusion, Chief Diversity Officer

Target Stephanie Lundquist: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Lowe’s Jennifer Weber: Chief Human Resources Officer

MetLife Susan Podlogar: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

UPS Teri Plummer-McClure: Chief Human Resources Officer, Senior Vice President, Labor

PepsiCo Ruth Fattori: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer, Human Resources

DowDuPont Johanna Söderström: Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

United Technologies  Elizabeth Amato: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Walt Disney Jayne Parker: Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

HP Tracy Keogh: Chief Human Resources Officer

Lockheed Martin Patricia Lewis: Senior Vice President, Human Resources

AIG Claudine Macartney: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer, Human Resources SBP

Centene Shannon Bagley : Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Cisco Francine Katsoudas : Senior Vice President, Chief People Officer

Caterpillar Cheryl Johnson : Chief Human Resources Officer

Nationwide Gale King : Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer

Liberty Mutual Melanie Foley : Executive Vice President, Chief Officer, Talent & Enterprise Services

New York Life Katherine O`Brien : Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

American Airlines Group Elise Eberwein : Executive Vice President, People & Communications

Best Buy Kamy Scarlett : Chief Human Resources Officer

Delta Airlines Joanne Smith : Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Facebook Lori Goler : Vice President, Human Resources, People & Recruiting

Merck Mirian Graddick-Weir : Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Allstate Harriet Harty : Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Tyson Mary Oleksiuk : Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

United Continental Holdings Kate Gebo : Executive Vice President, Human Resources & Labor Relations

Oracle Joyce Westerdahl : Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Tech Data Beth Simonetti : Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

TJX Companies Nancy Maher: Senior Vice President, Director, Corporate Human Resources

Coca Cola Jennifer Mann : Senior Vice President, Chief People Officer

Nike Monique Matheson : Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources

Andeavor Fiona C. Laird : Chief Human Resources Officer

Travelers Diane D. Bengston : Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Northwestern Mutual Joann Eisenhart: Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer, Human Resources

Enterprise Products Partners Karen Taylor: Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Progressive Lori Niederst: Chief Human Resources Officer

Arrow Gretchen Zech: Senior Vice President, Global Human Resources

Kraft Heinz Melissa Werneck: Senior Vice President, Global People, Performance & Information Technology

Gilead Katie Watson: Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Mondelez International Karen May: Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Northrop Grumman Denise Peppard: Corporate Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Raytheon Randa Newsome: Vice President, Human Resources & Global Security

Macy’s Danielle Kirgan: Chief Human Resources Officer

US Foods Kim Lauber: Vice President, Human Resources

US Bancorp Jennie Carlson: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Duke Energy Melissa Anderson: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer, Administration

Southern Company Nancy Sykes: Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Avnet MaryAnn Miller: Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer, Global Marketing & Communications

Amgen Lori Johnston: Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Starbucks Jennifer Frisch: Vice President, Human Resources

Qualcomm Michelle Sterling: Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Dollar Tree Betty Click: Chief Human Resources Officer

PBF Energy Wendy HoTai: Vice President, Human Resources

Icahn Enterprises Patricia Agnello: Chief Human Resources Officer

Union Pacific Sherrye Hutcherson: Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

ManpowerGroup Mara Swan: Executive Vice President, Global Strategy & Talent

Thermo Fisher Scientific Lisa Britt: Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Bristol-Myers Squibb Ann Powell Judge: Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Tenet Sandi Karrmann: Chief Human Resources Officer

Cummins Jill Cook: Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Micron April Arnzen: Senior Vice President, Human Resources

At this time I would like to thank our team of research analysts, information specialists and project leaders for your continued to support and great work in providing this talent intelligence.

Again please note, included in this report are the C-Suite leaders of the Fortune 150 and quick links to biographies.

( View our new study here🙂

Happy Hunting!

Sheila Greco

sgreco@sgatalent.com

 

 

SGA Talent Creates A Private Human Resources Community To Help Clients Find Talent

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SGA Talent (Sheila Greco Associates LLC) integrates Work Market Platform into its company service offerings launching SGA HR Talent.  

Amsterdam, New York / New York, New York, May 15, 2013SGA Talent, a leading research, recruiting and data company announced today that it has partnered with Work Market to create an exclusive global on-demand network of premier contract recruiters and human resource professionals.

“My vision is to build premier Human Resource talent communities for both contractor and full-time professionals, so when clients need talent, they come to us for a rate that fits their budget and fees much lower then the average for full-time recruiting assignments. The contractor has the freedom to control their own workload and the full-time professional has the opportunity to review positions offered within the community. Unlike the job boards or other social communities, the talent will be prescreened ensuring quality candidates are part of the candidate pipeline. A bit of traditional recruiting and the use of new technology creates a successful recruiting process. Additionally by offering this type of service, it allows our client organizations access to a scalable network of contract and full-time resources”, said Sheila Greco, President and Chief Executive Officer of SGA Talent”

SGA Talent has worked extensively over the past six months to create this enhanced Work Market gateway that allows jobs, job status, job notes and ratings of the contractors and full-time professionals ensuring only the best talent is chosen each and every time.

Work Market co-founder and Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wald added, “At Work Market we have built a market leading product that has shown its effectiveness in serving over 250 clients, including some of the country’s largest enterprises.  We are honored to collaborate with a market leader in human resource management like SGA Talent.  Sheila and her team will be able to utilize the Work Market Platform to manage an on-demand labor force and provide the right labor solution for their clients.  SGA joins market leaders like Omnicom, Lockheed Martin, NCR and Adecco as users of the most advanced contingent labor platform.”

“Work Market and SGA Talent both provide excellent solutions for employer and service business management, respectively.  Together these two companies are creating a labor platform with an “eBay type – name your rate” alternative for the employers.  Today’s economic conditions are creating change in the workforce and why not be the one’s innovating. This new service will help build efficiency and cost savings effecting bottom line for SGA’s clients”, said Sheila Greco.

SGA’s suite of products and services include Passive Candidate Research, Pre-Screening and Recruiting, Customized Competitive Intelligence, SGA ExecutiveTracker database and now SGA HR Talent.

 

About SGA Talent:  An industry leader for more than 23 years, SGA Talent takes great pride in partnering with our clients to provide them with data, research used for sourcing passive candidates and recruiting when needed.  SGA also provides a unique database (SGA ExecutiveTracker) for corporate and search firm clients to find talent within 15,000 top corporations starting with the C-Suite through individual contributors. It provides accurate direct dials, email and biographies, a great resource for anyone interested in quality, compiled information. To learn more about our suite of services, please visit us at www.sgatalent.com.

About Work Market:  Work Market is the leading enterprise-class freelance labor platform and marketplace. Businesses of all sizes use the Work Market platform to manage the complete life-cycle of their freelance labor, including the selection and hiring of contracted resources, the deployment and ongoing management of labor at scale and all associated payment and legal compliances. This allows businesses to increase labor productivity and enhance work quality while dramatically reducing costs. For more information, visit http://www.workmarket.com.

To become part of these human resources communities go to  http://bit.ly/YwoIF5

Hiring From Outside The Organization – “Advantages”

 

Hiring From Outside The Organization.

Hiring from outside the organization is on the rise right now. As executives take a look at internal talent and decide to recruit from the outside a few housekeeping issues need to be understood.

1. Job Description needs to be created.

2. Realize recruiting is a process.

3. Busy executives need to be aware that time needs to be made for interviews.

4. Onboarding may need to be part of the equation for certain levels. Either way, new employees need to have some sort of training and orientation.

What does all this mean! Someone from within the organization needs to be part of the process. Even if you outsource recruiting and onboarding.

Anyway I am getting off topic. Hiring from outside the organization has its advantages and disadvantages. Today we will discuss the advantages.

1. New People – New Ideas – Force the company to look at and possibly rethink the way things are being done internally.

2. Not a lot of training may be needed. Should be talented!

3. No political ties. Can actually stir the pot. Get internal team energized, more competitive, on their toes…..

4. Opportunity to hire from the competition. If this is done you have access to the “inside scoop” and have talent that could truly benefit your company!

5. If a sales role is being filled, sales could increase right away! Bring a book of business with them. Definitely these people have contacts and are great networkers.

6. Talk about networking. New hires can lead to other hires who these professionals know! Reduce cost to hire too!

7. Could potentially rid the company of lesser talent.

Again these are my thoughts! Feel free to pass  yours along to us too. Stay tuned for the disadvantages of hiring from outside the organization.

Thanks for stopping by..

Sheila Greco

 

 

Organization Mapping – A Great Way To Learn About The Competition And Be Aware Of The Talent

Where Is The Talent? Who Is On The Team?

The Latest Trend Reveals Much Needed & Wanted Information

There are tools such as SGA  ExecutiveTracker,  LinkedIn, Google,  Passive Candidate Research, Social Networking and niche ones that assist with peeling back the onion, but the best way to Map an Organziation and capture this information is by speaking with people on the inside and those in the “know.”

Mapping competitors, best of breed organizations and back yard warriors are super hot right now. Organization Mapping provides a cross functional picture of an organization. Pictures speak in volumes (organization charts) and can help with making recruiting decisions, talent management strategic planning and is widely used for competitive intelligence purposes. Today, smart companies are moving toward strategically aligning recruiting with competitive intelligence teams. Should you be doing the same? Or have you been using recruiting as a way to gain information about your competitors for quite some time. If you have you are not alone.

Where Is The Talent

Organization Mapping  shows how  the target companies are organized, where the teams fit within the organization, the size,  unique titles, if there are any,  and much more.

Who Is On The Team?

Now you know where the team is, you want to know about the players.   You want to know who are the stars on the team, their backgrounds, education, years with the company, diversity, greatest accomplishments. What you can do with this information can be endless! Can this help with current & future challenges!

Building competitiveness these days requires more than just your brand name, your product/services, and customer service just to name a few. It’s about talent too. You need the right people, doing the right things! You need the best talent on the market. You need superstars. As you continue to build your teams you need to be aware of who is out there. We have heard the phrase, “people are our company’s greatest asset,”  I agree! There is a lot of truth to this, but  I sometimes wonder if companies really mean this and believe enough in this that as they recruit they sincerely look to hire the best available.  If you believe in this you need information that helps get you there. Please read this interesting article written by Jennifer Blanchard | HRTools.com Business Writer.

Organization Mapping is the current trend. I believe in it and can see the value it has.  Be in the know! Know your competitors, know the talent and create the strongest team you can so you can win!!! Having top talent on the team creates at a minimum competitive teams and often times winning ones! But you can only do this if you are aware of the best players out there.

 

 

 

Names vs Organization Charts for Recruiting Purposes

Hello again everyone! Its been awhile. Last week we had an oversold crowd for our webinar, “Recruit With Knowledge”. What a great session. We discussed ways to recruit both passive and active candidates. I like recruiting with organization charts in front of me others use excel. I can see clearly the talent universe….many to choose from…I love it!!Either way, when you present candidates, many hiring managers like to see Where we looked, Who we looked at and WHY we chose the candidates we did. What better way than to show them organization charts of where you looked, Who we recruited and Why we chose who we did.
Happy Hunting folks!

What are your thoughts……???

regards,

SMG

sgreco@sheilagreco.com

www.sheilagreco.com