SFHAX The Workplace Community
Systems For Human Action EXchange (SFHAX)


About Us

Systems For Human Action EXchange (SFHAX) provides a labor exchange called SFHAX The Workplace Community. It is a new concept that combines the reasonable needs of both employers and employees in a fair and equitable manner.

SFHAX The Workplace Community has been developing SFHAX The Workplace Community since 2014. It is a compehensive enterprise level system. It is designed from basic economic principles and is intended to be generic yet has the ability to be customized to specialized vertical markets. SFHAX The Workplace Community has funding to continue the work and is dedicated to delivering a quality long lasting product.

SFHAX The Workplace Community is being formed as a Delaware Corporation so that it can be positioned to grow.

The core team is located in Northern New Jersey.

The Workplace Community Dream

Richard A. Cornell, PE the founder of SFHAX The Workplace Community is a licensed professional engineer with a masters in economics. He has over 40 years of experience in engineering, manufacturing, banking and computer software design. He has filtered his experience in both profit and non profit enterprises through his education in engineering, management and economics to develop the economic concepts on which SFHAX is based.

He has described his vision in The Workplace Community Dream which describes in story form how the SFHAX The Workplace Community is envisioned to operate and The Pure Theory of Human Economic Action which is a summary of the theoretical base for SFHAX The Workplace Community.

Join Us on the Workplace Community Journey

SFHAX The Workplace Community is looking for founding members for its Workplace Community. The Workplace Community is intended to balance the legitimate needs of both employer and employee in an increasingly task and project based economy. Employers need a flexible work force that doesn't create long term liabilities, educated and trained in the skills required by the ever changing economy. Employees need employment that makes the highest and best use of their skills and talents, control over their schedule and benefits, and a method to determine where to spend their resources on education and training.

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