Monthly Archives: March 2017

hr inspire wins awards at the breatheHR partner summit

As recent partners of breatheHR, the HRIS cloud-based software, we were thrilled  to receive both the Gold award and the Fastest Selling New Partner 2016 award at their  recent Partner Summit in London. If you want to find out more about how breatheHR may be able to help your business please click here or contact us […]

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HR Consultant Spotlight

Gemma Bryan – HR Consultant hr inspire is made up of talented individuals who pride themselves on exceptional customer service. Each week we will be profiling different members of the team starting with Gemma Bryan, HR Consultant. What is your background? I have worked for a number of large companies including Hilton Hotels and Santander. […]

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A barking mad interview technique

A veterinary university in Scotland has started interviewing prospective students using dogs on the interview panel. See article here. At hr inspire our adorable office dogs don’t participate in candidate screening (YET!) but we do use innovative and creative ideas to find the most suitable and qualified candidates for your vacancies. Let us help you […]

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hr inspire – staying current with Employee Recognition Strategies

Recently our HR Reward Consultant, Sally Ward, attended the Employee Benefits Connect conference in London to hear about the latest employee recognition strategies. If you would like to find out how we can help you with your Reward Strategies please email us or phone on 01296 325720. 

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The perils of working from home

With the video of Professor Robert Kelly’s children video-bombing his LIVE interview with the BBC going viral over the weekend, it’s a good time for employers to think about whether they have an up to date ‘working from home’ policy.   At hr inspire we can help you develop or enhance your policy to ensure […]

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Driver training and risk management strategy

Driving is the most dangerous work activity that most people do and it contributes to far more accidental deaths and serious injuries than any other work-related injuries.  Police accident data shows that every year over 500 people are killed, which is almost one third of all road deaths, 5,000 seriously injured and more than 40,000 slightly injured, […]

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