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Reggie Stewart

Reggie Stewart is a senior director with Sodexo’s Talent Acquisition Group based out of Sodexo’s North America headquarters in Gaithersburg, Maryland. he is responsible for coordinating and supporting Sodexo’s diversity recruitment effort, as well as managing a team of recruiters and the department’s trainer. Prior to his current role, he served as the director of human resources in the Campus Services Division of Sodexo, and supported campuses in the Mid-Atlantic region. In 1983, after earning his Bachelor of Science degree from Livingstone College in Business Administration, with a concentration in Personnel Management, he began his career in operations. Later, he moved into the HR profession in 1985 with Peoples Drug Stores/CVS Caremark. His career has taken him through many facets of the human resources function. He joined Sodexo in 1999 as a regional human resources manager taking on roles such as managing the recruiting effort; supporting employee relations, developing managers, and facilitating training cross-divisionally in the Mid-Atlantic area. By 2002, he was promoted to director of human resources in the Campus Services Division.

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Building an Internal Mobility Program to Increase a Diverse Employee Population

Reggie Stewart
Aug 18, 2010, 2:46 pm ET

When you think about building a diverse workforce, an internal mobility program may not be the first thought that comes to mind. In fact, when we at Sodexo first looked at internal mobility programs, we were focused on helping our employees achieve their career aspirations through internal promotions and hires.

However, over time, we’ve come to learn that these programs also represent a vital component of our company’s journey to build a diverse and inclusive workforce.

The Beginning of an Evolution at Sodexo

Like many companies, Sodexo’s diversity initiatives have evolved over time. keep reading…