|OUR PHILOSOPHY | BIOGRAPHY
||BIOGRAPHY OF ROBERT S. NADEL
||>> Founder and President of Human Resources Spectrum, Inc., which incorporates Human Resources, Compensation, Benefits and Organization Effectiveness consulting practices, located throughout the US. HRSpectrum, Inc. was founded in 1991.
>> President of The Nadel Consulting Group, Inc., a management consulting firm devoted to the practice of strategic human resources issues and their role in the achievement of business success. Nadel Consulting is a member firm of HRSpectrum.
>> Elected Independent Outside Director of Hauppauge Digital, Inc., Traded on NASD as HAUP. He serves on the Board's Compensation Committee.
>> Past President of HRNY (The Human Resources Association of New York-SHRM Chapter 2001-2003) that has 2,000 members. Founder and past chair of the Compensation Professional Emphasis Group and founder of Professional Emphasis Groups in Benefits, Gender Issues, International Human Resources Management and Mental Health Issues in the Workplace. HRNY was the winner of the SHRM Pinnacle award in November, 2002, based on the chapter's contribution to the September 11th disaster. He also is a Director and Chair of the Compensation Professional Interest Group for WHRMA, the Westchester Chapter of SHRM.
>> Interim Executive Director for The New York Business Group on Health, Inc., from 1994 to 1996. NYBGH is "the Voice of Business on Health issues" in NY.
>> Past Member of the National Advisory Board for Managed Care for the Pfizer Corporation, and also Member of the Advisory Board on "Healthy Babies, Healthy Business", for the March of Dimes.
>> Expert Witness and Litigation Consultant in a variety of cases in reasonable compensation, management practices, diversity, age and gender discrimination.
>> Graduate adjunct Professor of Management at Pace University and Mercy College.
A consultant and consulting executive for over thirty years, he specializes in start up, growth, turnaround and special circumstances business issues in privately held and public companies, both as a Manager and Consultant. He has served hundreds of clients of all sizes, on four continents, in the areas of total compensation planning, compensation compliance issues, executive and incentive compensation, compensation reasonableness and fairness of compensation practices, health and welfare benefits, salary planning, and related performance management programs. He has consulted in organization planning, design and change, the workforce of the future, work family issues, diversity management and changing human resources trends, such as alternative workplace issues and other alternative compensation issues.
Since forming "HR Spectrum" and "Nadel Consulting" in 1991 he consults with mid-market, entrepreneurial, technology and service clients, to integrate Human Resources and Business Management issues as they affect growth, performance and ownership structure of his clients.
During his career, he has served clients in a variety of industry settings. He has consulted in the Financial Services Industry, in money center banking, foreign banking, private banking, venture capital partnerships, credit cards, and leasing. He has consulted in the Insurance Industry, and in the Brokerage Industry. His clients have consisted of Citibank, Chase (including Manufacturers Hanover and Chemical Banks), JP Morgan, Bank of America, Security Pacific, Continental Insurance, Equitable Life, Met Life, Merrill Lynch, Salomon Bros., European, Pacific Rim and Australian banks. Dot.Com and E-Commerce clients include BarPoint.com, CyberSentry.com, Deja.com, e-STEEL.com, LanComp, and Greentrak.
In addition, he has consulted in the Health Care (The New York Business Group on Health, Mayo Clinic, NJ College of Medicine and Dentistry, League of Voluntary Hospitals, Various Blue Cross/Shield Plans, various community hospitals and 1199-SEIU); Not-For Profit (Regional Planning Association, Weitzman Institute, Teachers College-Columbia University, Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, ARCS, Daytop, Weill-Cornell Medical College, PPFA); Publishing, Broadcasting and Entertainment (ABC, NBC, Mutual Radio, Macmillan, PF Collier-Atlas Editions, Ziff-Davis, Major league Baseball, Trans World Gaming, Riddell Sports, Leroy Adventures); Electronics and Defense (Sperry, Loral, Digital, SIAC); Consumer Products (General Foods, illy Espresso, Scott Paper); Durable Goods Manufacturing (Worthington Industries, General Electric, International Harvester); Chemicals, Oil and Gas (Getty, Hess, Exxon, ICI, PPG, Castrol); Utilities (Brooklyn Union Gas, New York State Power); Airlines (Alitalia); Japanese Trading and Manufacturing Companies (Nissho-Iwai, Toyomenka, Okidata, Canon); Professional Services (including big 4 accounting firms, major legal and consulting firms); Public Sector Operating Agencies (M. T. A., State of NJ); Pharmaceuticals (Upjohn, Ciba-Geigy); and clients in Food, Beverages, Retailing and Automotive Manufacturing and Sales.
Before forming Nadel Consulting , Dr. Nadel was Partner-in-Charge for The Eastern Region of the Actuarial, Benefits and Compensation Consulting Group at Deloitte and Touche (1989-91).
Dr. Nadel began his consulting career at Hay Group from 1969 to 1989. He served as Managing Partner and General Manager of the New York Office and as Regional Managing Partner of the Northeast Region from 1984-1989, responsible for both consulting services and the bottom line. He was a member of the Americas' Operating committee, Industry practice head for Financial Institutions Consulting, and Chair of the Firm's own Compensation and Benefits committee.
During his consulting career he has worked with clients in mergers and acquisitions and foreign owned businesses. He designed and developed Hay's venture capital practice, serving free standing and institutionally owned venture capital partnerships.
He has regularly been interviewed by the media, written and spoken on a wide variety of topics, including workforce issues, and specialized compensation plans for unique or unusual businesses. He writes a monthly compensation column for the Metro NY SHRM newsletter.
Bachelor of Business Administration, City College of New York
Master of Science, Yeshiva University
Doctor of Public Administration, New York University
Psychologist, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania