ADAM's Road trip
FOUNDER & CEO OF HRLOCKER V2,
SETS OFF TO PROVE
A CEO, His beloved Volkswagon Type 2 Bus and the open road
Watch the video and find out everything about this Odyssey!
Adam took flexible working to new heights, working from 23 different locations across four countries in six weeks to prove that not only is “work” not a place but to demonstrate the efficacy and benefits of flexible working, for both employees and employers.
Travelling in his Volkswagen T2 Campervan, he continued to complete his daily business tasks on the road, while also meeting multiple clients and employees along the way, and showing first-hand that flexible working and the digital nomad existence is possible for even the most senior of employees.
Listen to Adam Discuss the trip here....
Microsoft Vuzion Awards 2022
The Microsoft Vuzion Cloud Awards were created to formally recognise the achievements and successes of their partners. At The Microsoft Vuzion Cloud Awards in 2022, Adam Coleman CEO of HRLocker, discussed the evolution of HRLocker, his 6-week road trip, remote/flexible working, digital and behavioural transformation and the 4-day work week.
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Who is Adam & The Birth of HRLocker
Adam agreed to do some HR analysis for a development company in Co. Cork in 2013, and after the collaboration came to fruition HRLocker was born. It was something that Adam saw huge potential in.
HRLocker was then launched as a software product.
Having moved to the UK in the 1990's he ultimately became Human Resources manager for Esat Digifone, which after rapid growth became O2 UK with Adam then at the helm as Head of Human Resources.
"Digifone started with 5 employees and within 4 years we scaled from 8 to 500 people and in 1999 it was sold to O2 for €1 billion."
Due to family reasons Adam returned to Ireland in 2003 with his young family and set up his own HR consultancy firm in 2004. In 2007 with the downturn of the economy, Adam had to scale his business back down to three people to weather the storm. He did so. Successfully.
"When we came back home, I took my mums advice and moved to Lahinch in the West coast of Ireland."
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