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Executive Vice President, Human Resources
FairPoint Communications, Inc.
Gregory W. Castle, senior vice president of human resources at FairPoint Communications, Inc., is responsible for defining, developing, implementing, and managing strategic human resources initiatives for FairPoint Communications.
has had more than 25 years of experience managing employee and labor relations at small, medium-sized and Fortune 500 companies.
from Castle & Associates
in 2011 where he
had served as President since 2004; during which time his
clients included U.S. Cellular, R.H. Donnelley, The Carlyle Group and McKinsey and Co.
Castle's past experience includes positions as Senior Vice President, Corporate Human Resources at Orius Corporation; Vice President, Human Resources at Exelon Corporation
and Vice President, Corporate Labor Relations at Ameritech Corporation
holds a Ph.D. and a master's degree from Northwestern University
in educational management, human resources and industrial relations.
Castle also holds a juris doctorate with concentrations in employment law, human resources and labor relations from Loyola University School of Law and earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Western Illinois University.
He is a licensed attorney concentrating on employment law, human resources and labor relations, and is a certified Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR).
resides in Manchester, New Hampshire.
FairPoint Communications, Inc. - Investors -Â Management
Gregory W. Castle
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
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Gregory W. Castle
In August 2011, Mr. Castle was appointed as our Senior Vice President, Human Resources.
Previously, from May 2011 to August 2011 Mr. Castle served as our Vice President, Human Resources and from January 2011 to May 2011, he served as our Vice President, Labor Relations.
Mr. Castle previously served, from 2004 to 2011, as the President of Castle & Associates, a consulting firm developing human resources and labor relations strategies for its consulting clients.
Prior thereto, Mr. Castle served as Senior Vice President, Corporate Human Resources at Orius Corporation from 2001 to 2004, as Vice President, Human Resources at Exelon Corporation from 2000 to 2001 and as Vice President, Corporate Labor Relations for Ameritech Corporation from 1995 to 2000.
Gregory CastleVice President of Human ResourcesGregory Castle, Vice President of Human Resources, joined Orius Corp in 2001.Prior to joining Orius, Castle served Ameritech/SBC as Vice President-Labor Relations from 1995-2000.His career also includes labor relations, safety and employment management posts with Morton International and employee relations positions with the Chicago Board of Education.He earned a doctorate in labor relations from Northwestern University and holds a law degree from Loyola University.
Richard G. Greece
Vice President, Controller and Assistant Secretary
Richard G. Greece has been our Vice President, Controller since June 2000 and has been the Assistant Secretary since September 2001.Prior to Orius Mr. Greece served as Corporate Controller for Elliott Turbomachinery, Co.
, a leading manufacture of turbo machine equipment and later as Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer for Elliott Energy Systems, Inc.
a manufacturer of new technology small turbine power generation units.
Ameritech and CWA International Reach Agreement That Strengthens Service
"We're delighted that we were able to sit down with the CWA International and come up with a plan that gives us the flexibility and talent to bolster our outstanding record of high-quality service," said Greg Castle, Ameritech vice president of labor relations."This agreement creates a triangle of winners: customers, employees and the company."
The agreement involves promoting and reclassifying the job titles of a substantial number of employees.Ameritech
will work quickly to fill the vacancies left by those who were promoted.
Additional details of the agreement are being shared with union members.