About Anthony Paradiso, MS, SHRM-CP

With fifteen years of HR leadership experience, I have become very passionate about Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace.  I am the owner and founder of AllThingzAP, where it is our primary mission for all to always be your authentic self. 
 

I am a Human Resources Business Partner with Industrial U.I. Services and enjoy being on a host of boards and committees, such as the Diversity & Inclusion Director for the Garden State Council – SHRM (GSC-SHRM) and the VP of D&I with the North Jersey – Rockland Chapter SHRM.  Additionally, I am on the Board of Advisors with the American Conference of Diversity and a Bergen County Human Relations Commissioner. 

 

I’ve written a number of published articles for SHRM,  WorkHuman, Workology,  Rezoomo, 

Achievers, etc. and been quoted in 

HR Magazine, Namely, & Bonusly.  I have given a number of presentations and lectures, about D&I, inclusion, being your authentic self, unconscious bias, employee relations and 

facilitated workshops surrounding diversity & inclusion that include the privilege walk.  

My education includes a BA from Binghamton University, MS in Human Relations & Business, and HR Certified.  Serving as a Speaker, Influencer, Blogger, and Educator I am proud to have influenced the industry regarding unbiased and inclusive work environments.

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Right to Disconnect: 11 Ways to Support Employees in Namely, August 2018. (Click image to read.)
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The 7 C's of Becoming an HR Thought Leader in HR Magazine, October 2018. (Click image to read.)
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7 HR Trends and Ideas to Implement This Year in Bonusly, January 2020.
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The 10 Biggest Challenges in HR Today in Wonderlic, February 2020.
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Anthony Quoted

The 10 Biggest Challenges in HR Today in Wonderlic, February 2020. (Click image to read.)

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