Marc is a thought leader, consultant, speaker and author as well as a nationally respected authority on Human Resource Management (HRM) and its use of technology, including all.manner of human resource management system (HRMS) delivery and functionality. He brings over 35 years experience to Crothers Consulting.
He has been a featured speaker and presenter at numerous HR and human capital management (HCM) technology meetings, both industry-focused and at many HRMS providers and user conferences. He is a frequent blogger and webinar presenter, and in 2012 published HeroicHR, now in its second printing. His most recent book is The Death of HR: Who Killed H. (Harriet) R. (Rose) Job?
Marc’s consultancy focuses on all matters of helping his clients build a comprehensive HR technology strategy by developing an HR needs analysis, preparing a Request for Proposal (RFP), evaluating vendor proposals and assisting with contract negotiation.
Among the industry leaders for whom he has presented are the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), American Management Association (AMA), American Society for HR Management (formerly ASPA), American Payroll Association (APA), IQPC, HR.com and the International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM).
He is a founding member of the NYC IHRIM Association chapter and in 1995 received IHRIM’s highest national recognition, its “Summit Award,” for overall industry contributions.
A graduate of Iona College's MBA program in Industrial Psychology, he is an adjunct professor for HR and HR Technology in the masters degree programs at New York University, Long Island University and Manhattan College.
In his free time Marc is an amateur photographer focusing on architecture around the world (via travels), an avid racquetball player, and as a native from Brooklyn, he follows the LA Dodgers and the Mets.
He also enjoys collecting (or constructing) unusual “whimsical” items to decorate his office with buildings built from Erector Sets (Empire State Building) and Legos (skyline of NYC landmark buildings).