HR Service

Expand your HR Team 

There are a number of benefits for incorporating our HR consultancy service, especially for fast-growth and small to medium business'. Whether you already have a HR department and are in need of support and a fresh pair of eyes, or you are beginning to feel pressure from recruitment, policies, and procedure, we can help.

We aim to create a positive experience for you and your employees that can really drive business performance. Offering a range of services, our HR professionals are experienced in developing and implementing HR best practice to enable both the business and employees to achieve great results.

Some of the benefits include:

  • Reduce the cost of people related issues, such as; absence, productivity, and staff turnover, by using tried and tested HR solutions.
  • Receive up-to-date advice and guidance on how to develop HR best practice and procedures.
  • Access qualified HR Practitioners who understand how HR can drive business performance.
  • Work with a leading accountancy practice with an established reputation for delivering quality services.

Some of the services we offer: 

  • Employment advice on contracts, policies, and procedures
  • Support to help you deal with 'difficult' employees
  • Recruitment best practice advice
  • Pay & reward system integration
  • Employee & management skills development
  • Advice on how to maximise employee performance and engagement
  • Employee turnover guidance 
  • Absence management guides
  • Succession planning support
  • Talent management systems

Whether you are interested in support for a specific task or a more integrated approach, our HR service is tailored to each clients requirements so please contact us via our contact us form or call our Shrewsbury office on 01743 273273 and speak to our HR team.

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