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Charles F. Hendricks



Mr. Hendricks, President of Hendricks & Associates, has an extensive background in management consulting with private and public sector organizations. He has directed and performed hundreds of management consulting engagements in the areas of strategy, organizational analysis, productivity improvement and cost reduction, human resource management and compensation.

Prior to establishing his own firm in 1990, Mr. Hendricks held increasingly responsible positions with several leading firms; he was a Vice President of Towers Perrin, a Principal/Shareholder of Cresap, McCormick & Paget, a principal of Fry Consultants, Assistant to the President of ARA Services, Inc., and a consultant with Price Waterhouse. A Distinguished Military Graduate (U.S. Army ROTC), Mr. Hendricks holds a B. A. degree from Rutgers University and an M.B.A. degree from the Wharton Graduate School of the University of Pennsylvania. He has been designated a CMC by the Institute of Management Consultants.

In addition to his Hendricks & Associates, Inc. experience, he has led consulting engagements for ARA Services, Inc., Oxford Realty Services Corporation, the American College of Emergency Physicians, the Inter-American Development Bank, Brown & Williamson, Inc., the Arab Maritime Transport Academy, the American Automobile Association, the Eximbank of the United States, BATUS, Inc., Bell South, CBS, Inc., Blue Bell, Inc., First Huntington National Bank, National Canners Association, the Army Mutual Aid Association, the Glass Packaging Institute, the President's Advisory Commission on Federal Pay, the (former) U.S. Civil Service Commission, the (former) Atomic Energy Commission, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the International Council on Smoking and Health Issues, and the New Jersey Casino Control Commission. 

Mr. Hendricks has also directed assignments for the Department of the Navy, the Commission on Civil Rights, the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Maryland State Police, the West Virginia State Police, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the General Services Administration, Richland Memorial Hospital and the Alexandria Hospital, the school systems in Falls Church and Virginia Beach, Virginia; Jefferson County, Kentucky; Montgomery County, Maryland; and Fairbanks North Star Borough, Alaska,  the University of California System, Wright State University and Gallaudet University.

He has also served several cities and counties across the nation including Anchorage, Alaska; Dade County, Florida; Dallas, Texas; Los Angeles, California; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Nashville, Tennessee, Philadelphia and Scranton, Pennsylvania; Orlando, Florida; Portland, Maine; St. Petersburg, Florida, and Williamsburg and Virginia Beach, Virginia; as well as, the States of Connecticut, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, and Virginia.

Before authoring The Rightsizing Remedy, he had written several articles published by the Society for Human Resource Management and a chapter on international human resource strategy for the McGraw-Hill Handbook on Business Problem Solving. In addition, he has spoken extensively on human resources and other general management topics.