David U

Strategic HR Busines Partner


Human Resources Manager


New Berlin, WI

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Dynamic HR professional looking for an HR Business Partner or higher level of responsibility. Possess strong soft skills with ability to generate and provide savings to company's bottom line as well as identifying creative solutions to issues.




Senior-level Human Resource Professional with significant experience identifying organizational performance opportunities and implementing concurrent change. Developed programs to support corporate strategic direction and goals while motivating employees at all levels within the organization. Acknowledged by senior team members for accomplishments and consistently applying the necessary expertise to lead critical change agendas for an organization in growth mode. Strong business partner recognized for a winning track record of creating high performance programs that attract, develop and retain talent for diverse industries ranging from manufacturing to financial services. Well-developed employee relations, labor and bargaining experience. Dedicated consultant to key executives, initiating programs to support talent development, outsourcing opportunities, competitive retention programs, etc., designed to advance business objectives and support company values. Involved in various strategic projects such as multiple outsourcing projects and centralization of processing centers that produced savings in excess of $6M annually. Keen ability to communicate with a diverse workforce of business professionals including IT professionals. Respected for strong execution skills that create workforce efficiencies and process improvement. Demonstrated bottom-line contributor.

Companies I like:

SEI Investments, Wyeth, GSK, Comcast



Project Manager for the outsourcing of our Legacy Maintenance & Support, Data Center migration, Lock Box/Credit Card function and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) involving over a 70 employees; reviewing internal position to reduce the total number of affected employees Centralization of Processing Center from 16 profit centers into 2 centers, Six Sigma Project