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STEPHEN SUBASIC is Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer, where he has responsibility for leading the development of our enterprise-wide human capital strategies as well as the human resources operating model to support and enable the Company’s vision and strategic priorities.
Prior to that, Stephen was the Vice President, Human Resources for Global Tools & Storage (GTS), where he led the development and deployment of the segment’s human resources initiatives to support the substantial growth of the business following the BLACK + DECKER merger in 2010. Stephen also previously guided the formulation of the company’s breakthrough innovation model, where he championed the launch and expansion of breakthrough innovation across the segments.
In 2016, Stephen was named a corporate officer of Stanley Black & Decker recognizing the breadth and scope of his role within the organization.
Before joining the company, Stephen worked in a variety of human resources leadership roles, including his most recent role as Vice President of Global HR for Oshkosh Corporation. Prior to that, Stephen directly supported manufacturing, distribution and commercial teams with The Sherwin-Williams Company and Snyder’s of Hanover.
Stephen graduated from St. Francis University, where he earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Labor & Industrial Relations. He is also a Six Sigma Greenbelt and a certified Sherpa executive coach.