"Interviewing for feature writing can be challenging, but Synthia is a natural. She does her homework, executes flawlessly and produces quality work."
~ Rene Johnson
Column Editor
"Synthia's insight and understanding of communications and business are valueable skills for our firm."
~ Tim Lewis
CEO
TalaPro
"The art of the feature writing intervieweing itself can be quite challenging, but Synthia is a natural."
~ Rene Johnson
Column Editor
"Synthia has the exceptional ability to explain the complex in clear language."
~ Tim Lewis
CEO
TalaPro
"So you need someone deadline oriented? That is 100% Synthia Hardy."
~ Rene Johnson
Column Editor

Feature Writing


Synthia Hardy, Hardy Ink Principal, has authored more than 400 feature pieces. Published internationally, her ever expanding body of feature work includes articles, profiles, commentary, humor, short stories and essays -- plus a multitude of ghost writing assignments.

Recognized for quality, her work is engaging, creative and concise. Highly organized, Synthia has a proven track record of always delivering assignments on time and within budget. She can be counted on to produce exceptional work and exceed expectations.

Columns

2008 KHRMA Conference 2010 Employment A Close Knit Family ABCs of the 401(k) Actors Administrating Senior Assistance Adoption Adult Day Services Aiding those with AIDS All That Jazz American Education Animals' Best Friends Appreciating Employees Auto Mechanics Aviation Bartenders Blindness Building Looks Bright Careers on the Wild Side Careful Employee Selection Cashiers Cat House Caterers Celebrating American Education CellPhone Courtesy Children's Authors Chinese Medicine Computer Security Cost of Giving Care Counselors Creating Chocolate Creating the Best Place to Work Cultural Gem Polishers Dashing Through the Stores Deck the Halls Demystifying Legislative and Regulatory Developments Dentist's Technology Dermatologists Developers Dimensions of Employee Development Doing Day Care Dollars and Sense of Starting a Small Business Dreams for Dad Economic Challenges Education & Training Election Process Embracing Diversity Employer's Giving Employment Agencies EMS Workers Estate Resolutions Ethical Behavior Farmers Fast Growing Futures FDIC Foolishness on the Job Green Collar Jobs Grilling Gull Lake Home Tour Hailing Halloween Happy Camping Hiring Administrative Pros Hiring Help for Happy Holidays Hiring Talent Historians Holiday Happiness Honoring Home Health Aids Hot Dogs HR Delivering Value Immunizations In Search of Jobs In the Inn Ins and Outs of Internal Subject Matter Experts Inventors Job Seekers Job Status Judging the Constitution KHRMA Benefits Update KHRMA Legal Update KHRMA Pirates Kid's Jobs Kreating the Kalamazoo Klassic Labor Force Future Lawn Services Leap Year Learning about Librarians Literacy Living by Selling Magical Marketing Median Crossovers Mediators Michigan Works Military Assistance Mold Mother's Pay on Mother's Day Navigating Aviation Week Neurologists New Jobs for the New Year New World of Computer Learning Newspapers Novel Novelists Nursing & Motherhood Nursing on the Late Shift Nurturing the Good Neighbor Online Job Applications Patients as Customers Perilious Profession of Event Planning Pet Sitters Physical Therapists Pianists Planning the Holiday Happenings Political Zone Poverty Workshop Promising Jobs Real Estate Reconsidering Recreation Recruiting for Independence Relaxation Religious Comfort Ringing up Romance School Counselors Seasonal Businesses Selling Seasonal Style Shadyside Signing Santa Smart Strategic Staffing Strategies Snow Removal Spirit of Entrepreneurs Strength of Small Business Succeeding at Succession Super Bowl Supplying Safety for Boating Supporting Faith Swimming Taxing Work of Taxes Tea Time Teen Tennis Time The Business of Memorials Timely Tax Tips Touting Truck Transportation Toy Retailers Travel Agents Trunks of Treasures Tulips & Tomatoes Voice Teachers We All Scream for Ice Cream We the Pizza People Weighing in on Weight WMU Career Center Women's Business Organizations Working for Free Working for the Greater Good Working for the Pleasure of Your Company