Is your business too small to have a HR department or manager?
Partners in HR offer a personal, yet professional HR service to businesses based in North Somerset, Bristol and South Gloucestershire. PHR can provide local, reliable HR advice that is affordable and tailored to meet the needs of your business.
Do you have a growing business that needs help implementing HR practices?
From answering an ad hoc HR query, offering recruitment & selection services to providing bespoke HR policy documentation, Partners in HR are a friendly ear who will work together with you to understand your growing business and it's HR requirements.
Does HR add value to your business?
Partners in HR will give commercially focused advice to support your business plan and give you the tools to facilitate employee engagement. The benefits to your business will be a valued productive workforce, less employee related disputes and the reassurance that you are legally compliant with regards to employment law.
"Partners in HR were commissioned to audit our HR policies, procedures and practices. From the outset I found both Camilla and Debbie knowledgeable and professional. During a relatively short period of time they were able to obtain an accurate understanding of our business, our current HR challenges and identify opportunities moving forward."
Shaun Butcher, Operations Director, Gardiner Haskins Homecentre, Bristol
We offer a free meeting to discuss how we may help
Am I paying my employees enough?
Benchmarking is a way of assessing how competitive the pay & benefits that you offer your employees are, compared to other businesses of a similar nature, size and within your geographic region.
Knowing what benefits your peer businesses offer their employees, in terms of pensions, healthcare, company cars, bonuses and shares, can help you maintain competitive edge.
If you would like to know how Partners in HR can help you deal with the employment or HR issues facing your business please contact us or give us a call.
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