New Jersey Resources appoints former Honeywell International executive as senior vice president of human resources


New Jersey Resources announced the appointment of Lori DelGiudice as senior vice president of human resources effective immediately.

DelGiudice, a career human resources professional with over 20 years of experience, will be responsible for designing, implementing and overseeing NJR’s human capital management strategies and programs to maximize the potential and the effectiveness of a diverse and growing workforce. His responsibilities will include labor and employee relations, professional development and training, strategic workforce planning, and compensation and benefits initiatives.

“As a leading energy infrastructure company with nearly 1,300 employees and operations in six states, maintaining a productive and engaged workforce is a critical part of our operations and key to our growth and our continued success,” Steve Westhoven, President and CEO of New Jersey Resources. said. “Lori’s extensive experience and track record in strong organizational leadership and talent management will enhance our ability to attract, develop and retain top talent. I congratulate her and welcome her to our management team.

DelGiudice joins NJR from Honeywell International, where she served as Vice President-HR for Advanced Materials for the Performance and Technologies Division, overseeing HR strategy and operations for a global workforce of more than 3,200 employees.

During a 16-year career at Honeywell, DelGiudice held increasingly responsible human resources management positions, including Global Human Resources Director for Advanced Materials and Global Human Resources Manager for company. His responsibilities and accomplishments included leadership in business transformation, mergers and integrations, talent management and acquisition for various business segments, labor relations and promoting diversity, equity and of inclusion.


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