There isn’t a “one size fits all” package – what I do is provide the right amount of support to meet the needs of each individual client.

Retainer work:

If you need support on an on-going basis, then I can offer a retainer package which comes in 3 different levels of support. This is charged on a monthly basis depending on how many hours we think you will need and you will be able to contact me at any point within our set hours. This type of package can help organisations that don’t have access to a HR function, or if you just want advice (or a listening ear!) on an ad-hoc basis.

Project work:

Every business has issues or projects that crop up every now and then. It could be reviewing (or creating!) your handbook, an ongoing issue with an employee or amending your sickness policy. It may be that you’ve got something on your To Do list that you just don’t have the capacity for at the moment but want to get it done. The project might take a day, a week, or even a month! Give me a call to discuss your requirements and we can work out the necessary time frame.

Pay As You Go:

I can also be available on an ad-hoc basis, because “people issues” aren’t always predictable and might crop up when you least expect it. If you have some HR knowledge but just need someone to run your thoughts past, this is the package for you.


I can offer training packages where I can provide the content on any HR topic, or I can also include delivery if required. I have written training previously on topics such as HR for Managers, Disciplinary and Grievance procedures and Diversity and Inclusion, to name a few. If you have a specific topic you need help with, please get in touch.

Areas of HR support:

  • Policy/procedure design and review
  • Handbook/contract review and implementation
  • Employment law
  • Employee relations (disciplinary and grievance)
  • Recruiting and retaining talent
  • Organisational structure
  • Training
  • Attendance
  • Performance management
  • Team building
  • Reward
  • Culture and engagement
  • Recognition
  • Introduction of People metrics
  • Succession planning


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