The Human Resource Director Of St. Anthony Foundation

917 Words Aug 5th, 2015 4 Pages
For my interview, I met with Judie Crudo the Human Resource Director of St. Anthony Foundation (St. Anthony’s). She has worked at the organization in that capacity for the past 25 years. Prior to St. Anthony’s, she worked in Human Resources for Macy’s and a small startup company. Her desire to work closely in employee relations is what brought her to the non-profit sector after 20 years in the private sector.
St. Anthony’s is an established non-profit, providing over 64 years of critical care. Located in the Tenderloin District, it provides essential services such as food, clothing, health care, technology, and social services, to all San Franciscans in need. St. Anthony employs between 130-150 employees at varying professional levels, ranging from staff re-entering the workforce from the community it serves to highly skilled medical professionals.
Multi Generational Workforce
The most prominent change in the workforce affecting human resources is the rise of a multi generational workforce. Providing different human resource needs to various employees is an emerging challenge for Judie. Being aware of different workplace standards between these generations is taken into consideration to reduce “pain points” (Calvert, 2015). In the interview, she grouped Generation X and Millennials into the same group, and focused primarily on the differences between Baby Boomers and Gen X/Millennials. She described the Baby Boomers as skilled in their jobs and maintaining the implicit…
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