Your human resource is the core of your business. Get HR right and everything else will fall into place. Yet getting your workforce running smoothly is never easy; everybody is different and we all have different working styles.
Benchmarking salaries ensures the right staff are in the right jobs at the right level of reward. Although salaries have to be correctly benchmarked, it is just as important to be creative with the whole package: wellbeing, flexible working, travel loans, team lunches, even creating the right atmosphere is highly important.
Senior leaders often experience high levels of pressure and stress. New competencies – for example – can often be expected of senior managers at short notice during organisational change. However these busy executives rarely have anywhere to go to seek support and guidance.
We work with a wide variety of clients in a range of business sectors. This provides us with a deep understanding of people from all walks of life; getting to know them, their values and culture. In turn, this gives us a good insight into how we can find the best candidates for your organisation.
In any business it’s important to make sure your employees have the talent you need to help you achieve your objectives. Working closely within your business it can be difficult to take a step back to do this – that’s if you even have the time. This is where we can help.
New and changing legislation can have a big impact on HR roles and functions. Teams that don’t keep up with the law can struggle with the consequences if they’re not fully prepared. This can then have a knock-on effect, affecting the wider organisation, the engagement of its employees, and its reputation.
Mental health is now at the top of the agenda in many organisations. According to a CIPD survey of more than 1000 HR professionals, managers who take employee health and wellbeing seriously achieve a healthier and more inclusive culture (35%) and lower staff sickness (31%).
Our working lives are full of change, more so than ever before. Increasingly, organisations are experiencing regular restructures, redundancies, or new departments springing up to deal with emerging opportunities, data and technology.