HR Collaborative

HR Collaborative

HR Collaborative

HR Collaborative is a fun, dynamic office to work in. We're located close to downtown Grand Rapids with easy access on the River walk. Our office is modern and well equipped. If you work with us, you'll be encouraged and supported to do your best work.  
Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States

Company Information

HR Collaborative is an HR firm that makes work better. How? By filling in the HR gaps that small and midsize organizations have today and working together to build sustainable people practices for tomorrow.

Based in West Michigan, but with national reach, we leverage our 400+ years of experience, extensive professional networks, and best-in-class tools and technology to help our clients hire the right people, strengthen their teams, and keep their best talent — the (not so) secret sauce to sustainable, long-term growth.

Collaborative isn’t just in our name. We meet our clients where they’re at and walk alongside them to design solutions that fit where they are now and where they want to go.

We’re unapologetically intentional in our efforts to improve diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in our community and at HR Collaborative. While we are a 100% woman-owned business, we have a ways to go on our own DEIB journey. Through ongoing collaboration with community partners and our clients, we’re committed to creating long-lasting systemic change.

For too long, Human Resources has been seen as a cost center. Through evidence-based talent strategies and data-driven insights, we work with clients to elevate their HR into a revenue driver — delivering tangible results that positively impact their bottom line.

HR Collaborative was started in 2013 by Beth Kelly. Originally designed to support the human resource needs of growing companies, HR Collaborative has expanded to support a wide range of organization with a variety of HR Services. Today, 27 people work in our organization with the goal to make work better.
How many internships are you providing to the program?: 1
Placements require a financial obligation of $1,600 for each youth under 18 years old, and $2,000 for each intern 18 or older. Please indicate if you are a nonprofit organization and need wage assistance.: No
What transportation options for getting to and from work are available to you?: By Public Transport (Bus, Wheels to Work, or Bike/ Walk)
Public Transportation Supports: Proximity to bus line and details of which line/stop. Wheels to Work program participation and cost.: Bus stop located nearby at Scribner and 6th Street.
Is your organization a Minority Business Enterprise?: No
Diversity Equity, & Inclusion Commitment: Share your organizations commitment to DEI, including local or national diversity commitments/pledges, links to public content outlining your strategy, and current representation in leadership and the general workforce.: Currently we have 27 employees, representing a wide range of gender and ethnic diversity. We have engaged with local consultants and professionals to help us improve our diversity efforts.