Henny Penny Taps Chief People Officer

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Reginald Stover joins Henny Penny as chief people officer, leading the company's human resources, well-being, communications and corporate social responsibility teams. Courtesy of Henny Penny.

Eaton, Ohio-based Henny Penny hired veteran human resources executive Reginald Stover to serve as its chief people officer.

In this role, Stover will lead the manufacturer’s human resources, well-being, communications and corporate social responsibility teams. He will also support growth through “a people-focused strategy that elevates and scales culture, employee experience, talent acquisition and retention, training and development, performance management, compensation, benefits and total rewards,” says the company.

Stover brings over 25 years of experience in human resources, employee experience and people-focused operations. He most recently served as an HR executive consultant and certified executive coach at C-Suite Success and was previously the chief people and employee experience officer at Boston Children’s Hospital. His resume also includes positions with Illinois Tool Works, General Electric and Nestle.

“We’re an employee-owned company on a journey to make a positive difference in people’s lives,” says Rob Connelly, Henny Penny chairman and CEO, in a press release. “We know that having the right leader in place to strategically shape employees’ workplace experience, both now and in the future, will ensure our employees thrive.”

Stover will join the executive leadership team and report to Henny Penny President Steve Maggard.

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