Gregory Giangrande is the Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Communications Officer for Time Inc., reporting to the CEO. Giangrande joined the company in April 2012 and in his role as CHRO he oversees all aspects of human resources globally, including talent management, staffing and development, compensation and benefits, executive compensation, labor relations and negotiations, diversity and inclusion. As Chief Communications Officer, he leads corporate communications and media relations, brand public relations, employee communications, corporate events and corporate social responsibility. He works extensively with senior leadership across the company, as well as with the board of directors.
Giangrande also currently writes a weekly career advice column for the NY Post; is a frequent contributor on local television news programs, appearing on segments relating to careers and the workplace; and is a regularly requested public speaker for industry panels and keynote addresses.
Before joining Time Inc., Giangrande spent 15 years with News Corp in a variety of executive human resources roles. Most recently, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for News Corp subsidiary Dow Jones & Company/The Wall Street Journal. During his four-year tenure at Dow Jones, he was responsible for all aspects of human resources and employee communications worldwide.
He also held leadership positions in human resources at Hearst, Condé Nast and Random House; has taught undergraduate communications courses at New York University, where he was an adjunct instructor; and previously worked in television.
Giangrande received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in journalism and communications, respectively, from New York University.