Tom Clardy, former QVC senior vice president - Human Resources, noted: "The Vienna Index is an excellent and efficient tool to capture and analyze the true cost and productivity of all of the human capital engaged in the organization.
Former QVC Executive Tom Clardy Joins Vienna HCA
RADNOR, PA, May 30, 2008 - Tom Clardy has recently joined Vienna Human Capital Advisors (Vienna HCA) as a Principal in charge of expanding Vienna's client base in the area of outsourced human capital management advisory services.
In addition to Tom
's business development and consulting roles, Tom will assist with the firm's rollout of the Vienna Human Capital Performance Index, the firm's newly released business intelligence tool that measures the financial performance of an organization's investment in human capital.
"I am very excited about being part of the Vienna team", says Tom
"The Vienna Human Capital Performance
Index will enable organizations to look at their investment in people in a whole new dimension and will lead to better informed decisions regarding their people and the performance of the organization."
Prior to joining Vienna HCA, Tom was well known as an accomplished Human Resource professional with several industry leading companies, including QVC, The Franklin Mint and Wheaton Industries, Inc.
team delivered the HR
leadership and services required to fuel the exceptional growth of this world leading electronic retailer.
was recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management
as HR Person of the year in 2003 and the QVC
HR team was recognized locally as HR Department of the year in 2006.
As a coach and a mentor, in the Board Room and on the shop floor, Tom
has demonstrated a proven ability to find practical solutions to people issues and has helped many individuals further their careers.
Tom is also a certified master executive coach, experienced in culture building, and has developed leading wellness programs.
In addition, Tom has significant experience in compensation and benefit design and administration.
Tom is a senior member of SHRM and a member of The Institute for Global Ethics, as well as an educator at Widener University and Neumann College.
Tom holds an undergraduate degree from Philadelphia University, an MBA from Widener and a Ph.D. from Southwest University.