MAKHR Consulting, LLC was established to provide small to medium size business owners with the full spectrum of HR services and programs including all aspects of talent acquisition including the full cycle recruitment process, succession planning and performance management.
Mary Anne Kennedy, Principal of MAKHR Consulting, is a senior human resources professional with experience within the large pharmaceutical and consumer goods industries.
By leveraging these HR systems and programs, clients are provided with the tools and methodologies to capitalize on their most important asset ... the people. Investment in these human capital programs has proven to be the differentiating factor in those companies who are successful in today's economic challenges while ensuring compliance with local, state and federal labor regulations.
NJ Conference for Women
Friday, October 16, 2015
The NJ Conference for Women is the state's premiere networking and educational event for women, designed to engage, enlighten and empower attendees from across the state.
- Access to hundreds of women who are leaders in their business and communities
- Nationally Recognized Speakers including:
- Karen Finerman of CNBC's Fast Money
- Nancy Armstrong of Makers, Women Who Make America
- Carol Doscher of Graceworks
- Sarah Cirelli of WithumSmith+Brown
- Erika Jacoby of LinkedIn
- Marguerite L. Mount, of The Mercadien Group
- Dr. Sarah Wistreich, of the Capital Health Center for Women's Health
Webinar - Succession Planning Process Implementation in Partnership with BLR.com
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
What is Succession Planning?
Succession Planning is the process where organizations recruit and develop key talent to fill roles within the company beyond the position they are originally hired to perform.
It identifies and develops internal talent with the potential to fill key leadership positions.
“Through the Succession Planning process employers recruit talent, develop their knowledge, skills and abilities and prepare them for advancement or promotion into more challenging roles.” www.humanresources.about.com