A career in cultivating and sustaining talent recently led Helen Bradley to her newest position: senior vice president of human resources with Massachusetts-based Schneider Electric, focusing on building diversity and practicing inclusivity for its North America region.
"Our strategy to improve how we manage our people relationships is critical to the growth and sustainability of our business," North America Operations President and CEO Annette Clayton said. "Helen will help Schneider Electric continue to serve as a company that values, appreciates and empowers every employee to succeed and deliver optimal service to customers."
No stranger to the company, Bradley has spearheaded efforts to attract top talent and drive innovation via several positions with the company for nearly two decades; with the job taking her to Barcelona, Spain as well as Schneider Electric’s home campus located in Andover. With over 144,000 employees and five international research and development sites, Schneider Electric specializes in energy management and automation.
"Today's dynamic business landscape requires a creative, thoughtful approach to hiring, promotion and retention," Clayton said. "Helen's experience transforming our company culture on a global scale adds a new dynamic to our executive leadership team in North America, combining fresh thinking with demonstrated success within our business."