As a recognized thought leader and visionary in recruiting, talent management, and workforce analytics, Harry Griendling has been at the forefront of modernizing his clients' approaches to attracting, engaging, and optimizing talent since founding DoubleStar in 1993.
Under Harry's leadership, DoubleStar has designed and delivered over 750 high-volume recruiting projects for over 300 clients in technology-driven industries, including GlaxoSmithKline, SAP Americas, University of Pennsylvania Health System, Cisco, Siemens Medical Solutions, AstraZeneca, The Vanguard Group, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Merrill-Lynch, TD Bank, Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Campbell Soup Company, Hershey Foods, CIGNA, Travelers Insurance, Ernst & Young, Main Line Health System, Schering-Plough, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, JPMorgan Chase, and over 50 start-ups.
Harry has also lead the design and delivery of DoubleStar’s award-winning Workforce Analytics Solution, Workforce Insight, used by leading employers in North America including CIGNA, GSK, Capital One, Home Depot, Brady Engineering, and TD Bank.
Harry has authored and delivered over 100 seminars and presentations at regional, national, and international HR industry events. He has provided expert commentary in print and televised media for Fox Business News, MS/NBC, ABC News, CBS Market Watch, USAToday, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and FOX29 News, among others.
Under Harry’s leadership, DoubleStar has appeared twice on the INC 500 list of America’s Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies and six times on the Philly 100 list of fastest-growing private companies. Harry is one of only 15 inaugural inductees into the Philadelphia Business Hall of Fame.
Harry holds his Master's and Bachelor's degrees from The Pennsylvania State University.
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Presented by: Harry Griendling, Founder & CEO, DoubleStar, Inc.
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