Gregory Giangrande is a C-Suite Human Resources and Communications executive with a deep background in multi-platform global media brands spanning entertainment, news, business, sports and lifestyle . Consistent track record of building smart, strategic and leading-edge HR and Communications teams and designing innovative solutions for global multi-media companies. Extensive experience in change management and communications, developing and aligning talent strategies with digital innovation across multi-platform properties. Expertise in Talent Management, Staffing, Employee Relations and Labor Negotiations, Broad-based Compensation, Executive Contracts and Compensation, Learning and Development, Benefits and HR Technologies and corporate storytelling. Serves on the IAB Commission on Certification, the Hunter College Pre-Business Advisory Board, and was recently awarded the Benefits Leadership in Health Care award from Employee Benefit News.
Currently Giangrande is the EVP, Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Communications Officer for Time Inc. and an Executive Officer and member of the global leadership team reporting directly to the CEO. As the Chief Human Resources Officer, he oversees all aspects of Human Resources for 7,500 employees and HR staff of 75 globally. He works closely with the company's Board of Directors and Compensation Committee. As Chief Communications Officer, he oversees Corporate Communications and Media Relations, Employee Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility.
In his weekly NY Post column, Go To Greg, he shares career advice, and is a frequent on-air contributor for local and national media commenting on career and employment issues.
Before joining Time Inc., Giangrande held executive leadership roles in HR at News Corporation and Hearst Corporation. His early HR career included roles at Conde Nast and Random House. Prior to his HR career, Giangrande worked in television production and started a local weekly publication.
Giangrande received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in journalism and communications from New York University, where he has taught as an adjunct professor. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and two children.