TONY VEGLIANTE INDUCTED AS NATIONAL ACADEMY OF HUMAN RESOURCES FELLOW
Tony Vegliante, Chief Human Resources Officer and executive vice president, has been elected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources (NAHR) — an award considered among the most prestigious in the nation recognizing individuals who have distinguished themselves through their leadership in the broad field of Human Resources.
With his election, Vegliante becomes the first federal or public sector executive to become an NAHR Fellow, joining 141 other HR executives as Fellows in the academy.
“Tony Vegliante is one of the most highly respected and valued leaders of the Postal Service,” says PMG Jack Potter. “He has led the transition to a highly productive, innovative and responsive Human Resources function and will be a real asset to the National Academy of Human Resources.”
Other NAHR Fellows represent a “who’s who” of HR executives among Fortune 500 companies and the nation’s colleges and universities. These include American Express, AT&T, Boeing, Coca-Cola, Federal Express, Gannett, General Electric, General Motors, IBM, Marriott International, McDonald’s, Proctor & Gamble, Wal-Mart, United Parcel Service, Cornell University, Harvard University, Yale University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
As top USPS executive for Human Resources, Vegliante oversees Labor Relations, Employee Development and Diversity, and Employee Resource Management. In addition, he manages the largest Human Resources Shared Services and Human Capital Enterprise System in operation.
Founded in 1992, NAHR conducts programs to improve the performance of the profession and supports HR research. NAHR Fellows are recognized by their peers for sustained achievements in — and contributions to — their organizations, the Human Resources profession, and society at large.
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