Tag Archives: human resources
This week sees the launch of organic hr’s new HR ‘packages’, a series of 8 tailor-made packages that each deal with a specific challenge that organisations may face with their people.
Following the introduction of our workplace mediation service in April, we thought it might be a good idea to explain what exactly workplace mediation is, and how it can help businesses with their human resources issues.
organic hr will be exhibiting at this year’s Calderdale Business Conference at The Shay Stadium in Halifax on Wednesday, along with 40 other businesses from the area, and we’d love to see you there.
One of the main services that we offer at organic hr is outsourced human resources. This could be to deal with anything from a one-off situation in the work place to a continuing helping hand with people management, however for
Something we covered briefly in our beginner’s guides a few weeks ago but wanted to look into in more detail is TUPE, which stands for ‘Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment)’, and is a UK employment law that was brought
One of the partners at organic hr, Spencer Lord, was featured in a CNN article about neuroses in the workplace last week, which looked at two new studies that suggest neurotics perform
This April sees a number of changes to employment law come into force, most of which are compulsory and wide-reaching. Briefly, the ten changes are as follows: Continue reading
So what is it? HR Intelligence is essentially about informing your decision making. There are many ways business leaders can do this of course, but we concentrate on things like engagement surveys, salary benchmarking and psychometric profiling and ability testing.
So what is it? The umbrella of Change and Transition covers a wide-range of issues in the workplace, but will often include things like workforce planning, company restructure, redundancies and TUPE.
Our team development services at organic hr are split into 4 key areas: training courses and workshops, human resources training, management development and executive and management coaching. Team development is all about getting the best out of your people through training, and here’s how the 4 different areas work: Continue reading