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Thomas S. Hadderman - Affiliate Principal

Tom Hadderman is a proven human resource executive.  He has held both line and staff positions, has operated in all of the disciplines within HR and has held senior management positions with Fortune 500 companies, including Capital Cities / Chilton Publishing Company, Certainteed Corporation and World Color Press.  

While his background in human resource management is broad in scope his primary areas of focus  are performance improvement initiatives at the individual, team, group and enterprise level, fixed and variable cash compensation programs, and the effective support of line management through pragmatic Human Resource execution.  Clients represent multiple industries and include:  Sanchez Computer Associates, Inc.; Martin Guitar Company; Medquist, Inc.; GFK-V2 Inc; NutriSystem; WLVT-PBS 39, Just Born Inc., George School; USI, Inc.; TW Metals; and Fidelity Savings and Loan.

As a consultant, Tom has provided expert counsel to organizations by effectively marrying organizational, financial and operating metrics to specific individual and group performance measures.    By relentlessly using the business plan to drive performance evaluation and management, compensation systems and, indeed, all HR policy and practice, Tom has successfully identified the often “missing link” between line management focus and the effective utilization of employee resources.  He also has extensive experience in employee and labor relations, organized and union-free environments, and genuinely understands the business role and objectives of the organization.

Tom is at home in fortune 500 corporations, intermediate and small organizations, both public and private.  He understands that line management must “own” the Human Resource function and is key in its design, development, implementation and maintenance.  

Under the sponsorship of an international organization Tom has taught courses on key facets of human resource management to HR professionals from China, India, Bermuda, the Mid East, Africa and several South and Central American countries as well consulting in-country with local Senior HR Management.

Tom holds a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University, is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and co-founder of their Senior HR Executive Forum.  He is also an adjunct faculty member in management science at Delaware Valley College and frequently speaks on the role of business driven Human Resources.


Contact Info:
e-mail: hadderman@hresults.com
mobile: 215-962-9191

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Organizational Strategy and Design

A partnership of WL Ross & Co. and Ranieri Real Estate Partners completed their acquisition of Deutsche Bank's multi-family residential mortgage business. Now known as Berkeley Point Capital, with major operations in Bethesda MD, Boston MA and Irvine CA, it is the nation's second largest originator of Fannie Mae loans and services a $29 Billion loan portfolio.

HResults was engaged by the new ownership team to facilitate the design and migration of Human Resources programs and activities to the new independent entity and to ensure that Berkeley Point employees would experience a seamless transition upon Change of Control.


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HResults is an HR Advisory Firm specializing in Organizational and HR Effectiveness.  Based in Philadelphia, with an office in Indianapolis, our practice focuses on the strategic, operational and cultural aspects of the people side of the business in the “new normal” environment of constant change . We enter an engagement with the understanding that our clients are investing in us as well as their own organization. We reciprocate by investing the time it takes to understand a particular business and culture and avoid making the assumption that a particular approach or solution fits all situations.