Consult HR Partners (“CHRP”), a Florida- and Nevada-based HR Outsourcing Solutions Provider, recently hired Jennifer Fennema, an experienced senior-level HR Executive, to their Nevada team. Fennema has led operational and strategic human resources departments in both the public and private sectors.
“I am thrilled that Jennifer Fennema has joined our Consult HR Partners Nevada team as a Principal Consultant,” stated Jennifer Martinez, CEO and Founder of Consult HR Partners. “We have a history of working together in the past and share a similar passion for the human resources profession. I’ve seen Jennifer lead HR Departments using a consultative approach, something that’s very important to my firm, and is demonstrated through her high-quality work product and high-touch service style,” added Martinez.
Fennema has over 24 years of experience with both private and public organizations, including Montana State University, the City of Henderson NV, and Aristocrat Gaming. She has served as a senior-level HR Generalist with a career focus in labor and employee relations.
“Jennifer adds a tremendous level of experience to our team, particularly in labor and employee relations in the public sector. This specific type of experience is especially appealing to our government prospects,” stated Martinez.
As part of its continued growth, especially in Florida and Nevada, Consult HR Partners recently added the Sarasota Housing Authority and Winter Park Housing Authority to its roster of government clients as a fully outsourced HR department. “Many of our clients utilize Consult HR Partners as their outsourced Human Resources department,” stated Barry Lippold, Director of Marketing for Consult HR Partners. “However, we are also very adept at augmenting existing departments’ HR functions with specific, expert-guided services, like talent acquisition, diversity and inclusion, M&A due diligence and integration planning, employee engagement and retention, employee and leadership development, total rewards and compensation, workplace investigations, and more,” continued Lippold.