hrQ

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    hrQ is a national company with offices located in Austin, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, with plans to expand in the near future. These regional offices allow us to have both a local and national focus giving us the flexibility to fulfill each client's specific needs.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1998
    HQDenver, US
    Websitehrqinc.com
    Employee Ratings3.6

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)88(+3%)
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore

    Key People/Management at hrQ

    Pam Brown

    Pam Brown

    SVP & Managing Director
    Anna Clepper

    Anna Clepper

    VP & Managing Director
    Brian Coffman

    Brian Coffman

    Vice President, Delivery
    Becki Haines

    Becki Haines

    Director of Client Services
    Kha le

    Kha le

    Corporate Vice President
    Chris Lawrence

    Chris Lawrence

    VP & Managing Director
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    hrQ Office Locations

    hrQ has offices in Denver, San Francisco, Atlanta, Austin and in 2 other locations
    San Francisco, US
    San Francisco
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    hrQ Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1998

    hrQ Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    A

    93/100

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    hrQ Online and Social Media Presence

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    hrQ News and Updates

    hrQ Is Now a LandrumHR Company

    PENSACOLA, Fla., June 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- LandrumHR, a full-service human resources firm, announced that it acquired hrQ, Inc. on May 31, 2019. hrQ is an award-winning professional services firm delivering human capital solutions inclusive of talent strategy and management,...

    hrQ Blogs

    Avoiding Us vs. Them Syndrome During Organizational Change

    Whether it is digital transformation, introducing new protocols, organizational restructuring, or re-branding, organizational change is often met with both enthusiasm and resistance. As a result, opposing collective mindsets form, often creating an “us vs. them” mentality that causes change implemen…

    Q2 Workforce and Economic Trends: Keeping You Ahead of the Curve

      hrQ’s team of analysts and data scientists are constantly monitoring key workforce and economic trends, including the COVID-19 pandemic, to help guide our clients on their Human Capital Strategy. In this quarterly webinar, our consulting leaders will provide you with the most important information…

    Building a Better Business via Diversity & Inclusion

      This webinar session features Shannon Ragland, Ph.D., and Pam Jackson interviewed by hrQ President, Kathy Rapp. We will explore the ever-changing and complex topic of diversity and inclusion and why it is needed for your business, plus strategies you can use within your team. Join us July 30th at …

    5 Assumptions About Returning to “Normal” Work

    As restrictions are being lifted in more states, businesses are beginning to attempt to return to “normal.”  Before jumping in, it is important that leaders check on assumptions we can unconsciously carry.  Here are five assumptions to think through and note those you, or your organization’s leaders…

    Workplace Flexibility – OnDemand Webinar

    This on-demand session features an interview with Shannon Ragland, Ph.D., where we explore the advantages and disadvantages that employers need to consider when it comes to workplace flexibility. We’ll also speak to best practices for implementing workplace flexibility. Topics covered include: Resea…

    Federal Reserve: The US Economy: Where Do We Go From Here?

    Join the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and our parent company, LandrumHR, for a deep-dive session examining the future of the US economy and what businesses can expect post-COVID-19. Head of Research Dr. David Altig will share data on the economic impacts COVID-19 has had on the US economy and wha…
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    hrQ Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was hrQ founded?

      hrQ was founded in 1998.

    • Who are hrQ key executives?

      hrQ's key executives are Pam Brown, Anna Clepper and Brian Coffman.

    • How many employees does hrQ have?

      hrQ has 88 employees.

    • Who are hrQ competitors?

      Competitors of hrQ include McArthur, DDI (Development Dimensions International) and Korn Ferry.

    • Where are hrQ offices?

      hrQ has offices in Denver, San Francisco, Atlanta, Austin and in 2 other locations.

    • How many offices does hrQ have?

      hrQ has 6 offices.