Frequently Asked Questions
We offer a free consultation with all companies who get in touch. This includes taking a snapshot of what your current HR/People needs look like. We then advise accordingly as to what we think you might need.
We are not industry specific, the wonderful thing about people is that they are people no matter what industry they work in, and we are experts in people. Our combined experiences span the spectrum from independent creative agencies, through to global corporate management consultancies.
If you already have an HR/People team in place but are looking for some external collaboration to help execute a particular project or require support in a specific area, then please get in touch!
Human Relations support packages are flexible and can be configured in any number of ways to support your business over an extensive period of time, when you need it. HR consultants are generally used for consulting at a senior level on specific days whereas Human Relations offers sustainable support to both business leaders and all of their employees.
No, Human Relations support packages are made up of relationchips which can be spent in return for HR/People support at any time. No subscription and no expiry.
We can take on your HR admin after establishing what your processes are, and if necessary, streamlining them. We can also help you adapt your admin processes so they are a slick as possible which means you then may not need to hand them over!
Human Relations works for companies with between 1 and 50 employees. We exist to offer organisations who don’t yet have an in-house HR/People function the support they need in this space. Our mission will be to guide and support you through until you are perfectly placed to hire in your very own.
Human Relations is not a recruitment agency but can certainly work with your company to develop a progressive, inclusive recruitment strategy and recruitment marketing campaign. We can also help implement systems and tech which will streamline the recruitment process for both employer and candidate.