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We are minority, woman and veteran owned.
We are CCR, ORCA and DHR registered.
HR4NON-PROFITS was developed with a clear understanding of how non-profit organizations must balance demanding programmatic and organizational needs with limited budgets. We understand that non-profit organizations are sometimes required to meet client needs with restricted resources.
We believe non-profit organizations can and should be progressive, innovative and transformative. We also believe non-profit organizations can be premier employers, who attract and retain highly talented employees. We believe a progressive environment with highly talented employees translate to increased quality, productivity, efficiency, impressive outcomes, memorable experiences and increased funding and revenue.
We are an ecologically conscious company. Our goods, products and services are utilized in a manner that inflicts little to no harm to the environment. Our products are recyclable and reusable.
HR4NON-PROFITS help our clients free up funds for programmatic or strategic initiatives by increasing productivity and decreasing maintenance budgets. Our solutions generally lower operational cost by at least 6% and sometimes as much as 30%.
Our solutions are flexible, holistic, scalable and cost-effective .
We focus on emerging and new practices, which create and add value and efficiency.
We focus not only on customized solutions but also assistance in securing resources to purchase, implement and sustain solutions.
The HR4NON-PROFITS team is ready and prepared to deliver in a tactical or strategic capacity with offices in Illinois, Arizona, Maryland and North Carolina. We are ready and prepared to respond to a crisis, an audit or best practice modeling.
Our Founder: Theresa A. Dear
Theresa Dear received her Masters of Science in Industrial Relations and Bachelors of Arts in Organizational Development from Loyola University, Chicago. She is a recognized thought-leader in human resources. She has been a speaker and presenter at Northwestern University's Kellogg Center for Non-Profit Management. She is also an adjunct instructor at Devry University's Graduate School of Management, where she teaches training, organizational development and human resources.