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Reginald Wells

Social Security Administration CHCO Reginald Wells has served as the Deputy Commissioner of the Social Security Administration’s Office of Human Resources since July 2002. As the Deputy Commissioner for HR, Dr. Wells leads a staff of almost 400 human resource professionals providing the full range of HR services to an agency of more than 60, 000 employees. He also serves as the Chief Human Capital Officer and Chief Diversity Officer for SSA as well as the Vice Chair of the Baltimore Federal Executive Board. Throughout his career, Dr. Wells has received many awards including his most recent recognition as the 2011 Chief Human Capital Officer of the Year.
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When Morale Wanes, Remember Why You Became a Public Servant

September 27, 2012 These are turbulent times. We face a plethora of challenges--budget cuts, shrinking workforces, pay freezes, increasing workloads, negative rhetoric about federal employees, their work ethic and their value to the public. Without proper attention to our employees’ morale, we will be hard-pressed to weather the turbulence successfully. From my perspective,...

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