Pro Bono Human Resources and Talent Development Services Awarded to Three Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit Organizations

HRC Consulting Celebrates 30th Anniversary with HR/Talent Development Awards

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HRC Consulting Services wanted to celebrate its 30th anniversary by giving back to the Greater Cincinnati community. So HRC created the HRC 30th Anniversary HR/Talent Development Awards, offering local nonprofit organizations the opportunity to receive pro bono human resources consulting and talent development services from this well-known consulting and training firm.

Easter Seals TriState, Cincinnati Youth Collaborative and Tender Mercies received gifts of service from HRC in human resources and training.

“We awarded these pro bono awards to nonprofit organizations in celebration of 30 years of working with premier for-profit and nonprofit organizations in our hometown of Greater Cincinnati,” says HRC Principal Diane Sticklen-Jordan. “Each member of the HRC team has a strong commitment to serving the nonprofit sector, and we wanted to celebrate our anniversary by giving back to some of the worthy organizations in our community.”

Eligible organizations had to meet the following criteria:

  • Nonprofit organization
  • Nongovernment organization
  • 50 to 350 employees
  • Located within the seven Greater Cincinnati counties of Hamilton, Clermont, Warren and Butler in Ohio; or Campbell, Kenton and Boone in Kentucky

Independent judges chose Easter Seals TriState, Cincinnati Youth Collaborative and Tender Mercies based on how the HRC awards fit with the organization’s strategies and goals, the nonprofit’s commitment to implementing the donated work, and the degree of meaningful impact the pro bono initiative was going to make for the organizations and the community services the nonprofits provide. HRC’s pro bono services were offered in the following categories: Management and Supervisory Training, Employee Handbook Review and Executive Compensation.

“Our judges had a challenging time picking the award winners, as each of the organizations was clearly committed to improving HR and talent development, and all were deserving of the awards,” Sticklen-Jordan adds. “The applications for the awards served as a dazzling reminder of the outstanding services our Greater Cincinnati nonprofit organizations provide for our community. Our HRC team is happy about the opportunity to work with these award winners and help them to take their workplace cultures to the next level of high commitment and extraordinary performance.”