At 84.51° Beth Giglio brings to the table a broad expertise of human resources, overall business expertise and a successful track record of driving strong cultures, redesigning organizations, and development and retention of key talent. Working closely with the 84.51° executive team and The Kroger Co. HR leadership team, Ms. Giglio oversees all organizational human resource functions including people management, benefits, change management best practices, recruiting, learning and development, retention strategies and people analytics.
Ms. Giglio spent over a decade serving various medical device businesses within Johnson & Johnson’s Family of Companies, including Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc., Sterilmed, Inc., and Acclarent, Inc., in roles of increasing responsibility in supply chain, research and development and human resources. Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, Giglio held leadership roles at Deloitte Consulting’s Cincinnati office for nearly ten years where she served in the Health Care, Consumer Products, Financial Services, and Oil & Gas Industries, focused on change management and organizational design and development.
Ms. Giglio holds an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University and a Bachelor of Science in Business from Miami University, Oxford.
Upcoming Conference Sessions Featuring Beth Giglio
At 84.51°, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Kroger Co., we believe in making people’s lives easier, and that applies to not only our customers but to our employees as well. 84.51° is a data, science, and customer experience company. Over the last two years we have looked to take our methods of analyzing customer behavior to analyzing and monitoring employee behavior in order to better understand unmet needs of our employees.
In 2015, we began measuring employee sentiment in real time, asking employees every week, “How Ya Feeling”. Knowing in real time how employees are feeling allows us to respond to employee feedback almost instantly without having to wait for annual and unwieldy engagement surveys. We now have almost two years’ worth of data – and critical control charts – that help us know when employee sentiment changes and the context to help explain why.
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Content Featuring Beth Giglio
What do customer behavior and employee performance have in common? They both can be seen through the same lens, and when analyzed, inform organizational management of how things are going when it comes to company culture, employee development, and engagement. From there, companies can design tools to synthesize insights and understand what works, and what doesn’t.