Morrissey Consulting Merges Consulting Practice into Hardesty, LLC

Hardesty Adds Pat Morrissey as new Partner and Consulting Practice Leader IRVINE, CA, February 1, 2017 — National Executive Services firm Hardesty, LLC has named Pat Morrissey, former President of Morrissey Consulting, LLC of San Clemente, California as Partner – National Consulting Practice Leader of the firm’s concurrently launched consulting practice. This new Hardesty practice… Continue reading

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Ranked as One of Orange County’s Fastest Growing Companies – Again

Numbers rule, especially in corporate finance.  And that’s why Hardesty LLC is honored to once again make the Fastest Growing Companies list published by one of Southern California’s most influential business periodicals. Here’s just a few of the story lines from another great year: Expanded offices in the San Francisco Bay Area & Atlanta Opened… Continue reading

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Dianne Dubois Named Managing Partner of Hardesty Bay Area Office

We are pleased to announce that Dianne Dubois has been promoted to Managing Partner of our San Francisco office.  In her new role Ms. Dubois will assume day-to-day management duties, teaming with Karl Hardesty, founder and CEO, as well as Rob Dennison, National Private Equity Partner, in expanding the firm’s Northern California business. Dianne joined… Continue reading

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Hardesty, LLC Hires Kimberly Kovacs to Lead New Emerging Growth Division

We are pleased to announce the addition of Kimberly Kovacs, former managing director of Arroyo Ventures of Laguna Niguel, California, as Practice Leader in our newly formed Emerging Growth Practice division. The practice will provide strategic financial executive, advisory support, and accounting services to start-ups, VC-backed and high growth companies.  Kovacs will be based in Hardesty’s… Continue reading

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EXAGGERATING EXPERIENCE ON RESUMES? MAYBE MAKING UP A FEW FACTS?

RECRUITERS CAN SPOT RED FLAGS THAT WILL ELIMINATE CANDIDATES Do people lie on their resumes to get jobs? Probably not too many people lie, according to Karl Hardesty, CEO of Hardesty LLC. But they do exaggerate or make their experience look far more important to try to get a job, he says. He has looked… Continue reading

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