July 25, 2016, Columbia, MD – impactHR, LLC, a full-service human resources management and consulting firm, is celebrating this month its tenth year in business, providing strategic HR solutions to companies and organizations in the Baltimore-Washington corridor and the mid-Atlantic region.
impactHR, LLC, founded in 2006, is a woman-owned small business that provides human resources (HR) solutions to companies and organizations to maximize the performance of their people, processes and technology. Through its first decade in business, impactHR continues to focus on serving small and midsize companies and organizations in industry sectors ranging from healthcare engineering, retail, construction, education, IT and technology, manufacturing, hospitality and more.
“It’s hard to believe impactHR is celebrating ten years in business,” says Kelly Mitchell, Founder and Principal of impactHR. “We owe our success, without doubt, to our clients first as well as our partners and friends. It’s been our great joy working with so many people to help them make sound decisions to empower their employees and, in turn, help drive business growth. It continues to be a true honor serving the needs of our clients and working to become their trusted HR advisor. On behalf of all of us at impactHR, we look forward to many more years of service to our clients and playing a part in helping our regional communities prosper.”
To mark impactHR’s tenth year in business, Mitchell says the company will make special donations to two Baltimore-based non-profit social services agencies: Good Shepherd Services, a non-profit residential treatment center for adolescents who suffer from severe emotional and behavioral problems, and Baltimore Child Abuse Center, which provides comprehensive services to victims of child sexual abuse, trauma and other adverse childhood experiences.
Mitchell is a human resources professional with more than 20 years of experience providing expertise and services to an array of organizations. Her certified skills and experience include assessment of the HR infrastructure and the establishment or enhancement of the HR function. She also is an expert in the implementation of best practices in the areas of recruitment/staffing, employee retention, compensation, benefits and employee relations; development and implementation of HR information management systems; creation of effective performance management strategies; and development and facilitation of various organizational development programs. She holds a BS in Psychology from Towson State University and a MS in Human Resources Management from Widener University.
Over its past ten years of business, impactHR has received numerous honors and awards, signifying its continued growth and leadership in the HR consulting field. In 2008, impactHR won the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s “Small Business of the Year” award as well as SmartCEO’s 2009 Brava Award, honoring top female CEOs. impactHR also is a member of the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating.
About impactHR (www.impacthrllc.com):
impactHR, LLC founded in 2006, is a woman-owned small business that provides human resources and business solutions for small and midsize organizations to maximize the performance of their people, HR processes and technology. For more information about impactHR, visit: www.impacthrllc.com.