The capitalistic enterprise system is a complex network of money-making ventures. Most medium size companies that have 100 employees don’t have the knowledge or the time to manage the human resource part of their business. Even larger corporations find the new laws and regulations, as well as the tax and employee, benefit part of the human resource area too overwhelming and costly.
Dr. Brain Bonar recognized a need for human resource outsourcing more than 30 years ago, and he has been supplying companies with effective human resource groups that do all the work at a fraction of the cost. That’s why Cambridge Who’s Who picked Bonar as Executive of the Year in Finance. Bonar displays all the qualifications of an outstanding leader and executive.
Before Brian Bonar decided to get into the human resource business, he earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Strathclyde. Brian continued his education at Staffordshire University. Bonar received his MBA and doctorate from Staffordshire.
During his 30-year career, Bonar was Vice-President of Sales for the Solvis Group and Executive Director of Engineering at QMS Inc. He eventually became CEO of Warning Management Services and the Solvis Group. During those years, Bonar learned what companies needed in terms of human resource help as well as financial planning.
He realized that outsourcing human resource procedures was a big business that required qualified people. Every company has different HR needs. Read more: Brian Bonar Trains His Employees In Exceptional Customer Service and Brian Bonar Receives Professional Networking Community’s Highest Honor
One of the reasons the Cambridge Who’s Who nominating committee picked Bonar is his versatility in the human resource sector. Bonar is the Chairman of Trucept Incorporated, and he also serves as the President, CFO & Secretary of that human resource company. Trucept Inc.
A PrNewswire.com article about the Cambridge committee’s nomination decision lists Brian as the CEO of Dalrada Financial Services, which s another human resource company. But Bonar is also the Chairman of the Amanda Corporation and President of Smart-Tek Automated Services Incorporated.
When Bonar isn’t managing his human resource companies, he is helping his hometown of San Diego become the best city in Southern California. Brian is developing a 400-acre tract outside of the city of San Diego. His plan is to turn that tract of land into a restaurant, retail shop, and entertainment mecca.
Brian Bonar also decided to open the first French restaurant in the city. Bellamy’s is a quaint French Bistro that feels like a bistro in Paris. In a city that thrives on Mexican cuisine, opening an authentic French restaurant with a top French chef was risky. But as soon as the doors opened, Bellamy’s was a hit with the locals and tourists.
After three decades in business, Bonar continues to receive honors and the recognition he deserves in the human resource industry.
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