Nadia Ardebili

Nadia Ardebili, MBA – President/Founder

California HR Services was created by Nadia Ardebili in response to many requests for her expertise as an HR professional with nearly 30 years of management, business and executive-level experience in start-ups and small businesses, as well as major Fortune 100/500 companies in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. Nadia has worked in a variety of industries including Construction, Manufacturing, Hospitality, Arts and Entertainment, Education, Giftware, Internet Marketing and eCommerce. She possesses an MBA with an Emphasis in Human Resources Management, as well as Bachelor’s degrees in, Hospitality Management with minors in Business Administration and Marketing.

Nadia Ardebili is a member of the San Diego and National Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and volunteers for countless local organizations including Humane Society, CA Coastal Cleanup, Fill-A-Belly, San Elijo Elementary School, San Marcos High School, and much more.

Nadia Ardebili teaches the Human Resources Management Certificate Program at MiraCosta College in the Oceanside, Carlsbad and San Elijo, California campuses. Office Managers, small business owners and novice HR folks interested in obtaining a Certificate in HRM and/or wishing to learn more about Human Resources functions may visit MiraCosta College’s website.

Ms. Ardebili is also a presenter for the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce’s Member Business Training Series and recently hosted the “HR Hot Topics for Small Businesses” session for Chamber members.

Nadia Ardebili also serves on the Board for the San Diego CEAC (California Employer Advisory Council), comprised of a cross-section of private and public sector employer representatives, serving as an advisor to and advocate for EDD programs and services. This Board’s commitment is to further employer success by providing information and guidance on employment-related issues and to optimize employer’s return on investment of their payroll taxes.

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Lobbying Efforts Made Against Dynamex and AB5

Nadia Ardebili was interviewed by SD Voyager