Portland, OR (PressExposure) April 05, 2013 -- Trupp HR, Inc., a human resources solutions company, is pleased to announce the recent hire of Tom Faricy, who will join the Trupp HR team as an HR Business Partner. In this role, Tom will function as a dedicated HR representative to clients of Trupp's HR Outsourcing (HRO) services as well as contributing to various HR consulting and training efforts. Tom's proven background directing human resources over multiple locations with several leadership teams and his experience providing executive coaching will add to the current success of Trupp HR's HRO and training offerings.
"We are really excited to add Tom to the Trupp HR team," said, Jean Roque, President of Trupp HR. "He exemplifies the kind of technical competency and leadership presence that is key to our commitment to contribute to the success of our clients. Tom's experience with executive coaching and team development will also be a valuable input to our growing leadership and employee training programs for small to medium-sized companies."
Tom joins Trupp HR as a certified SPHR with over 14 years' experience as an HR professional and leader. Tom's experience in human resources includes responsibilities for recruitment, succession/workforce planning, performance management and employee development in close alignment with corporate initiatives and brand strategy. Tom's training and experience has contributed to a deep expertise in executive coaching and team development.
"Tom's exemplary record delivering HR services in a multi-facility organization makes him a great fit for our HR Outsourcing program. I'm confident in his ability to represent Trupp HR's unique approach to simplifying the responsibilities of being a great employer as well as building effective relationships with our clients and their team members," says Jenny Sherman, Director of HR services for Trupp HR. "With trained professionals like Tom, our clients can enjoy the benefits of an engaged workforce and are well-positioned to focus on business growth."