H. Britt Landrum, Jr.
H. Britt Landrum, Jr. founded LandrumHR in 1970. The human resources company has grown to become a full-service HR outsourcer providing workforce solutions to more than 1,800 businesses and thousands of employees and job seekers across the country.
In Working a Better Way, Mr. Landrum tells the story of the founding of LandrumHR and shares the challenges and successes he experienced over a span of fifty years.
To learn more about Mr. Landrum's beginnings in the PEO industry, check out "The Compelling, Inspiring, Surprising Story of the PEO Industry in Florida," written by the Florida Association of Professional Employer Organizations (FAPEO).
The company is a past recipient of the state’s highest award for organizational excellence, and for five years in a row, was named one of the twenty-five best small businesses to work for in America.
LandrumHR staff members have always been strong supporters of charitable organizations in the community, volunteering hundreds of hours and contributing thousands of dollars each year to various local and national causes.
Throughout his career, Mr. Landrum has served in leadership roles in a number of community organizations including Lakeview Center, Baptist Health Care, UWF Foundation, United Way, and Pensacola Area Chamber of Commerce.
He is past Chairman of the Board of the Jacksonville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
Mr. Landrum received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. He was recognized as Business Leader of the Year by the Pensacola Area Chamber of Commerce in 1998, and was the 2005 recipient of the Integrity in Business Award presented by the University of West Florida College of Business and Combined Rotary Clubs of Pensacola. In November 2003, he was named Trustee of the Year by the Florida Coalition for Children for his support of abused and disadvantaged children. In October 2008 he was named a Foundation Fellow by the University of West Florida Foundation, and in November 2008 he was presented the Hollinger Award for Volunteer of the Year by the Baptist Health Care Foundation.
Mr. Landrum has been a resident of Pensacola since 1963. He and his wife, Nell, have been married for over fifty years; have two grown sons and five grandsons.