Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer
Royal Caribbean Group
Amy Alexy is the Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines based in Miami, Florida. In her role, she is responsible for leading the company's overall HR strategy, total rewards, diversity & inclusion, talent management and organizational development, change management, executive development and talent attraction. The global HR team, comprised of over 500 business partners, enables Royal Caribbean's brands to provide exceptional guest experiences through hiring and accelerating the development of talent - both on land and at sea.
As an executive coach, Amy has experience working with leaders to prepare for next-level roles, transition to new leadership positions and build top teams.
Amy has worked across a wide range of industries including manufacturing, financial services, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods and hospitality.
Prior to joining Royal Caribbean, Amy led the global talent function for Sandoz, a division of Novartis Pharmaceuticals in Munich, Germany. She also served as Vice President, Global Talent for Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company for 6 years.
In her career, she also held roles in Marketing, Business Development, M&A, Supply Chain and Operations. She holds a MBA from Kent State University and a bachelors degree in Communications from Walsh University. She is a native of Akron, Ohio and resides in Parkland, FL with her husband, David and children Isaac (13) & Ashley (10).
We are more resilient than we could have ever imagined!
Mental health & routine care.
Introducing a multi-faceted employee assistance program to help employees manage work/life challenges. Several success stories have come out of our targeted campaign.
Pharmacy benefit costs, stop-loss insurance, high-cost claims, also tied to continued preventative programs.
Building an overall culture of wellbeing through a multi-year approach.
Mental health, education and overall wellbeing strategy.
Curated wellbeing content, field health programs.
Culture - reinforcing our culture post COVID.
Medical and Pharmacy plans.
New purpose, values, a continuation of putting people first.
Increased teledoc, mental health services.
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Remember the mission to reach the moon? In 1962, President JFK set forth a vision. He initiated a movement that outlived him! Even in his death, the mission was accomplished seven years after his famous speech. Now we’re on a five-year mission, and it's not about us. This is a mission for you – the individual, the stakeholder, the employer healthcare and benefits professional. Join the mission to reduce costs, reimagine culture, and reinvent care.
Reduce employer healthcare and benefits costs by 25% by 2025.
Reimagine engagement and well-being.
Provide 40% of healthcare services virtually and through technology by 2025.