Who "does HR" in your business?

It can be a daunting task if you're doing it alone or don't have the right training or experience

No matter how small you are, as soon as you employ anyone, someone has to do the work that goes with having employees. Some business owners do it all themselves - or you may have a stand-alone HR professional, an administrator who does HR tasks, or perhaps someone in Finance does the employment-related work as well as their day job.

That's where I come in. I have extensive HR experience across a range of companies from small family-owned businesses to American-owned global corporations. I love sharing my knowledge and have a particular passion for helping people develop.

So get in touch and let's talk about how I can support you, or whoever else "does HR" in your business.

In my role on the committee of the CIPD Chiltern Branch, I also run some networking groups for HR professionals - and one is specifically for HR in SMEs in Buckinghamshire.
Feel free to join in: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/9062220/

Meeting

Mentoring

Regular discussions to support an individual who's early in their HR career to learn, develop and progress.

Buddying

Being available to someone who has responsibility for HR in a small business. Listening, being a sounding board, and problem solving together.

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Work Presentation

Training

Designing and delivering training on HR topics (including current and upcoming employment legislation) for whoever within your business needs to know.

Processes

Reviewing, improving and documenting how HR tasks are done in your business to help with efficiency and accuracy and flexibility for others to cover when necessary.

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Whatever you need some help with, however small or big, get in touch and let's talk.