Your Human Resources Partner
HR Edge was founded by Diane Braverman, who has more than 20 years of corporate human resources experience assisting businesses with varying human resource needs.
HREdge is a strategically-minded human resources company with expertise in developing robust infrastructures, crafting comprehensive policies and procedures, and spearheading special projects to secure continuous improvement. Skilled in all generalist areas – talent acquisition, compliance matters, employee relations and more; HREdge can provide organizations with a “go-to” resource for all human capital concerns.
Most recently, Diane was appointed as an operations manager for a start-up nonprofit organization to establish infrastructures achieving the goal of becoming fully operational. Additional projects included writing company policies, creating job descriptions, designing a performance management process (performance review, performance development and performance improvement).
Prior to consulting, Diane served as Senior Director of Employment and Employee Relations at a Fortune 500 Real Estate Investment Trust Company and prior to this, served as Human Resources Manager at a global infection prevention, decontamination and surgical critical care company.
Diane’s professional experience spans a broad range of industries – automotive parts and products, venture capital, hospital, marketing and public relations, architectural, real estate and more. Her professional experience is complemented by her undergraduate in business, certifications in human resources management and strengthened by specialty training in emotional intelligence and targeted selection (behavioral based interviewing).
Diane has also served for six years as a hands-on board member for a non-profit organization. As a board member, Diane played a key role in the successful merger of two local non-profit organizations with similar program and services. Succeeded in establishing a new functional organizational structure with enhanced and expanded programs, identified staffing deficiencies and opportunities, developed job descriptions, implemented pay increases for equity and consistency, and crafted a series of communications to help acclimate employees to their new work environment.