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April 16, 2015

Fact check: DHR International's bulking up offices

We've written before about DHR International's bogus offices: offices with zero consultants that exist just so DHR can claim they have more than 50 offices.

They don't let up and like to "bulk up" offices, particularly if they are important commercial cities.

An example is Singapore. If you look at the DHR International web site, there are eight consultants there, which seems like a healthy number.

Guess what? There are only two people actually based in the office. The other listed consultants are based as far away as India or Australia. I wouldn't be surprised if some of them haven't even visited DHR's Singapore office. That means that an extraordinary 75% of consultants listed are not located in the office!

DHR International Singapore "team"
Ben Burrell (really in Sydney)
Margaret Dillon (really in Melbourne)
Caroline Edwards (really in Hong Kong; why is there no photo of her on the DHR website?)
James Gathercole (really in Melbourne)
Kelvin Pang (really in Hong Kong)
Albert Sim
Arjun Srivastava (really in New Delhi)
Steve Stine


This another example of what is called Hoffmannitis. There are similar bulking up going on in London, Frankfurt, New York, San Francisco, etc. etc.

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