-- Becomes Part of PwC’s Human Resource Services practice Saratoga™, Workforce Analytics Team --
NEW YORK AND WASHINGTON, D.C., November 4, 2013-- PwC US today announced it has acquired substantially all of the assets of HumanR, a Herndon, Va.-based consulting firm specializing in organizational development consulting. With the closing of the deal, HumanR now becomes a part of PwC's Human Resource Services (HRS) practice, within its Saratoga™ workforce analytics team.
Through the acquisition, PwC has not only gained intellectual and analytical capabilities and technology platforms, it also has combined two of the leading names in workforce analytics and employee surveys.
With the close of the deal, Mary Saily, former CEO of HumanR, joins PwC as a leader in the PwC Saratoga practice. The deal was completed on November 1, 2013. Financial terms of the transactions will not be disclosed.
Based in Herndon, Va., and founded in 1975, HumanR provides corporations and government agencies with tools for managing the employee life cycle and developing strategic talent. By addressing key leverage points throughout the employee’s tenure, HumanR’s clients improve employee performance and retention. By identifying and developing strategic talent, its clients invest in the people most likely to impact business success.
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