Hardin joins GGC School of Business Board of Visitors
Henry C. Hardin III, founder, president and CEO of Atlanta-based SCI Companies, has joined the Georgia Gwinnett College School of Business Board of Visitors. A consortium of prominent business and civic leaders selected from prestigious regional, national and international entities, the board partners with constituencies outside academia to build private support for the scholarships, professorships and internships which bring outstanding students, faculty and programming to Georgia Gwinnett.
“We are delighted to welcome Henry to our board of visitors,” said Victoria Johnson, dean of the School of Business. “This group brings powerful regional, national and international perspectives to the School of Business and the GGC community. Their involvement expands the school’s growing reputation as a regional innovator in business education.”
Hardin is a pioneer in the field of human resource outsourcing, and his theories and practices are nationally recognized. He has helped to establish new business models for the human resources (HR) field, enabling companies to transform from a functional operations model to a process-driven, customer-focused model.
He founded SCI Companies in 1985. Focused on the under-serviced small and medium-sized business market, SCI Companies’ solutions deliver value through reduced administrative costs, better strategic focus and the integration of world-class HR technologies and services.
Hardin has represented the HR field through numerous professional publications and national and international conferences. Hardin hosts, “The Carter Hardin Show: Where You and Your Workplace Matter,” a radio show on workplaceradio.com.