As well as providing a great service to our clients, something else we’re passionate about is running organic hr as ethically as possible. You might hear this from businesses a lot, but what does it actually mean to us? Well it means . . .
- Our number one responsibility is to our clients
- We only take on work where we have expertise
- We transfer skills so you are not dependent on us
- We tailor our services to your needs
- We manage expectations
- We have affordable and transparent pricing
- We provide a consistent – and consistently available – point of contact
- We believe in working for, and supporting, our local communities
We work hard to be socially responsible. For example . . .
- We are trustees on the boards of several charities
- We undertake pro bono HR and management support for these enterprises and their leaders, supporting them in achieving positive change for disadvantaged groups
- We will waive our fees in cases of hardship
We seek out ways to be environmentally responsible, minimising resource use wherever we can . . .
- We have taken decisions within the last year that have reduced our carbon footprint by over 20%
- We recycling equipment and consumables in the office (which we find somewhat addictive!)
- We make intelligent choices around transport to clients (or alternatives to transport!)
- We have purchased a green company vehicle
Responsible supply chain
We believe that all of this supports our clients’ ability to demonstrate their approach to ethical management and good governance.
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Having good HR practices is is vital to the effective running of any modern business, so from time to time we’re pleased to offer free seminars and HR surgeries, online guides, and a free HR health check worth £75
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