If you own or run a business and you don’t have in-house HR expertise, there will have been times when you could have used a little help with the people management side of things.
You’re not alone. It’s an issue that many leaders have to tackle and often you will only want to talk to an outsider when you can’t find the answers yourself, need impartial, objective advice or you just don’t have the time to do the research. There is a solution to your dilemma…
Employing a consultancy means that you can buy in expertise, as and when you need it. You also benefit from experts who are completely up to date with the latest thought and legislation.
I’m here to give you the help you really need, when you need it and you will only pay for HR support if you use it. I will never ask you to pay an annual fee or purchase an annual license in order to get the answers that you need right now. I work on a pay as you go basis, which means that when I am working with your business, you will pay an agreed hourly rate, invoiced monthly in arrears. My current clients prefer this because it allows them to keep control of costs and they can always see the return on that investment.
Why would I need a HR Consultant?
Any good HR consultant will be more than happy to sit down with you and pinpoint the workforce planning opportunities that exist within your business, and what could potentially be achieved on a realistic level. However, most of my clients contact me initially because they have a people problem that they have struggled to resolve and they need help now, not further down the line!
Get things wrong, and you could end up spending a whole lot more on fixing the problems that you’ve identified. Get the right HR support and you get things right from the offset, saving time and money and keeping your workforce motivated.
Don’t wait too long to get the HR support that you need, simply because you are worried about managing your budget and don’t assume that professional services are out of your reach.
I am more than happy to have a no-obligation informal discussion with you about what you need, what your options are, and how much you should expect to pay.