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Guide to the Time Inc. Administration, Human Resources and Personnel Records
1939-1994 (bulk 1968-1985)
 MS 3009-RG 17

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Historical Note

In 1949, the Personnel Department existed independently within Time Inc. with Edward Rhett as its director. Within the department are staff position for Employee Records and Benefits, Interviewing, Orientation, and Medical.

By 1960, Personnel added staff to oversee the central files. Outside of the Personnel Department, Time Inc. created a position for Corporate Staff Relations. Louis Gratz occupied this position in the 1960 department head list in the Time Inc. Reference Files.

By 1970, the department head list has the Personnel Office under Corporate overseen by Vice President of Administration and International Charles Bear. The Medical Office has separated from Personnel, but is an administrative unit overseen by Bear. Within Personnel, Charles Gleason, Jr. is the Vice President and Personnel Director, and William Trent is the Assistant Director. Other staff position remain the same as in the 1960 directory.

By 1980, the department head list has the Personnel Office under Corporate Administration with Robert Steed as Director and Deane Raley as Associate Director. The Medical Director is part of Personnel again. Personnel has added Affirmative Action Officers, a Director of Staff Development, and Employment Counselors.

The 1986 Management Directory lists Human Resources (HR) and Administration as separate departments under the Corporate Group, both overseen by the Chief Administrative Officer. HR has Directors of Affirmative Action, Benefits, Compensation, and a Medical Department. Rosemarie Di Sapio is Director of Administration, and Administration includes a Manager of Personnel.

A memorandum in Assistant Corporate Editor David Maness's files states that John Bingle is Steed's successor.

Citations:

Time Inc. Reference Files, MS 3009-RG 3, New-York Historical Society.

Time Inc. Corporate Editorial Records, MS 3009-RG 6, New-York Historical Society.