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Mission & Values
To influence the success of small to midsize businesses with customized advice, ideas and solutions that address company culture and human capital needs.
HRUnbound was founded by Anthony Gargiulo Jr in July of 2012. Anthony has over 30 years of varied corporate human resources experience with over 12 years of executive leadership experience.
He has worked for subsidiaries of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (Vice President, Human Resources at The Pampered Chef and Labor Relations Assistant at Santa Fe Railway Company, now BNSF Railway Company), and at Chicago-based firms such as Leo Burnett Company, USF Corporation, Anixter International and World’s Finest Chocolate Inc.
In addition to his consulting and coaching, Anthony serves as an Adjunct Instructor at the Quinlan School of Business at Loyola University of Chicago.
He earned a BA in History and an MS in Industrial Relations from Loyola University Chicago. Anthony’s full profile can be viewed on Linked In: http://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonygargiulo
Focus & Client Work
Based in the Chicago area, HRUnbound provides human resources consulting for start-ups and small to midsize companies. We focus on the importance of culture and we bring a generalist HR background to our work.
Our clients are in a variety of industries: automotive, medical, marketing & financial services, shopper marketing, container manufacturing, material sciences, food manufacturing, professional services, industrial conglomerates, printing and apparel.
Representative client work:
Interim HR leadership
Organizational and HR practices assessment reports
Full-cycle outsourced client recruitment activities; recruitment of HR leaders
Team assessment and job expectation development
Executive team organizational design and development
Market compensation review and analysis
Performance management review, analysis and recommendation
Employee surveys: implementation, research and analysis
Employee relations strategy and advice
Coaching & advising new department leaders
Guidance on sensitive termination matters
Company mission & core values workshops
Executive coaching engagements have included: a new manager within a food manufacturer, a mid-level leader at a family-owned firm, a general manager within a billion dollar conglomerate, a director preparing for a new leadership role, and a manager preparing for a director role.