Vice President, Employee Resource Management
Simon Storey was named vice president, Employee Resource Management, in June 2017. In this role, Storey and his team oversees all aspects of our employee life cycle, from hiring to retiring for the United States Postal Service’s more than 640,000 employees.
Storey and his team are dedicated to improving the employee experience, working on initiatives that ensure a safe workplace, and attract, train and retain employees who are engaged, equipped and empowered to do their best work for the American people each day.
The function of Employee Resource Management supports all aspects of complement management, including Safety and Health, Organizational Design, Diversity and Talent Acquisition, Injury Compensation, and Hiring and Selection Policies. In addition, Storey manages one of the largest Human Resources Shared Services and Human Capital Enterprise Systems in the country.
Previously, Storey served as the Western Area manager, Human Resources from June 2011 through June 2017. In that role, he reported to the vice president, Western Area and was responsible for all aspects of Human Resources, which serves approximately 105,000 employees across 12 postal districts. Storey’s team provided support to Labor Relations, complement management, Learning and Development, Safety, and Personnel Services.
With more than 26 years of experience in the Postal Service, Storey began his career as a clerk in Billings, Montana, where he supervised mail processing operations. Storey possesses a strong human resources background with more than 18 years of experience working in various District and Area Human Resources leadership positions.
Storey holds a bachelor’s degree in Management from St. Leo University and also studied business administration at Montana State University. He is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by the Human Resources Certification Institute and the Society for Human Resources (SHRM).
Latest update: July 2017