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Gregory Reeves

 

Gregory Reeves
Human Resources Advisory Expert

Gregory Reeves joined the Warring & Company team in March of 2017 as a Human Resources Advisory Expert. Greg assists Warring & Company by consulting on all aspects of the Human Resource needs of small businesses including pension plan design, global 401-K plan reviews, and Employee Benefits consulting, including competitive pricing comparisons of Group Life and Group Disability Insurance plans.

Before joining Warring & Company, Greg was a Human Capital Consultant for Worldwide Flight Services. Previous posts held by Greg include VP of Human Resources with Swissport International, Newell Rubbermaid, and Elbit Defense Systems of America. With over 25 years of experience in Human Resources, Greg has gained a wide range of knowledge, including but not limited to, providing expertise to leadership teams in regards to employee benefits and compensation, and to organizing and strengthening HR training and key business practices.

Greg graduated from Wright State University in Ohio with a B.A. in Organizational Development and Communications, and then continued his education by obtaining his M.A. in Public Administration and Human Resources at Amberton University in TX. He currently resides in Ashton, MD with his wife, Jacqueline, and their two children. The whole family is a big fan of Maryland Terrapins soccer.

Training & Certifications:

– SPHR: Prosci Change Management Trained; Lean Manufacturing Certification
– SPHR
– Taleo Certification Instructor
– On-Boarding Certification
– Hogan Assessment Certified

Awards & Recognition:

– Recognized by Swissport International for outstanding customer service to employees in 32 countries for Global Oracle/ Taleo Implementation

Personal & Professional Associations:

– ACMP: Association of Change Management Professionals (2013)
– PMI: Project Management Institute (2012)
– ASTD: American Society of Training Development (2010)
– SHRM: Society of Human Resources Management (1991)