1. HR directors (or the equivalent) with an overarching and leading HR focus

The HR Director, (HRD) also termed the chief human resources office (CHRO), chief people officer (CPO) or VP HR is the top-level executive of the company managing the human capital and heading up the HR-related technology systems of the company. Their main job responsibilities include:

Development of talent acquisition, retention and training strategies:

The HRD/CHRO is delegated to design, strategise and execute recruiting, and training processes within the organisation. Learning management systems are also planned and overviewed by the HRD/CHRO.

Performance and talent management:

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Remuneration and compensation:

The HRD/CHRO is also designated to head up the assessment of employee, their skills and competence and to have an overarching involvement in determining their remunerations.

Overseeing company culture:

HR policies and culture related to employee engagement, satisfaction, productivity, complaint management, wellness programs, and inclusion/diversity activities are overseen by the HRD/CHRO.

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Clients we have worked with

We work with organisations and budgets of all sizes across the private, public and not-for-profit sectors globally. Our clients range from start ups and sole traders through to SMEs and global organisations such as: Google, Manpower, Mars, Trinity Mirror, Barclays, The Bank of England, IBIS and Hays.