Steve Keyzers

Human Resources Consultant

San Joaquin SBDC

About Me:

Steve is a senior human resource consultant who works with business leaders to refine their HR strategy and grow their business by increasing productivity and efficiency, while containing labor costs and reducing liability, and insuring compliance with government regulations.

Steve is the President of Key HR a human resource consulting company that works with clients across California and several other States. Steve also serves as the Vice President of HR Services for Precision Manufacturing Insurance Services. Prior to starting Key HR, Steve served for 10 years as Managing Director of Advisory Support for HR Alternatives, Inc., in Newport Beach, CA. Before that position he spent 20 years in senior management positions with several large multinational Fortune 500 companies, including Textron, Inc., Beckman – Coulter, Inc., Seagate Corporation, Computer Automation, Inc., and The Boeing Company.

Steve earned a B.A. in Business Administration from California State University at Fullerton before receiving an M.S. in Human Resources Management from Chapman University in Orange, California. He is the recipient of a Certificate in International Human Resources, and he holds Senior Professional Human Resources Designations (SPHR and SHRM-SCP). With extensive training in corporate management, Steve is also a graduate of the Leadership Development Program at the Center for Creative Leadership. He is a Certified DDI Instructor, Certified Zenger-Miller/Achieve Global Instructor, Certified Predictive Index, Interpreter, Certified Analyst for Activity Vector Analysis, and TQM Facilitator Training. Always ready to share his knowledge of HR policy with others, Steve is a born educator. He has served as an Instructor of Compensation and Rewards Systems for the Human Resources Management Certificate Program at the University of California at Irvine as well as Adjunct Faculty to the Masters Program in the Chapman University System.

Expertise: Managing Employees