Why People Choose Us
There are three certainties in life: Death, taxes and the growing mountain of red tape surrounding running a business.
As employment law becomes ever-more complicated, it’s more important than ever to have the best HR support possible whether you’re running a company or working in one.
That’s why you need HR Solutions Shropshire.
HR Solutions Shropshire are experts in providing bespoke HR consultancy tailored exactly to your business needs and at a cost you can afford. And, of course, we also provide trusted advice to employees to make sure your rights are protected.
With decades of experience, you can be sure our expert guidance will be perfect for your business or for you, protecting you both now and in the future.
We are HR Solutions Shropshire. And we’re your HR team.
I have used HR solutions for putting contracts in place for employees and for a couple of other issues. I have found Ishbel great to deal with and also great value - I am happy to highly recommend
Ishbel was great in helping us develop our policy and procedure booklets for our practitioners and booking contracts for them to work with us. Very much appreciated.
Ishbel is by far the best HR Consultant I've come across in Shropshire. Her fun, energetic but understanding, compassionate and professional nature makes working with HR Solutions Shropshire a pleasure each any every time. Highly recommended
I engaged Ishbel after experiencing problems at work in 2016. It was invaluable to have someone looking after my interests in the process. I am very grateful for all her support and great advice and wouldn't hesitate to use her service in the future.
Hearing about all of the good work carried out by Ishbel I recommended her to a friend who required advice regarding a dismissal claim. I can happily report back that the advice was clear, concise and made a difficult situation far easier to understand. Many thanks Ishbel.
HR Solutions Shropshire have worked with a number of our clients and the feedback has always been positive. Ishbel's fair but firm approach works well for both employers and employees. We'd recommend them if you have employees and want the flexibility of having access to a local HR professional on a regular basis without needing to employee someone.
Like many small businesses we can sometimes struggle with the bureaucracy and paperwork associated with being an Employer however we are keen to make sure that the business is protected and the team are treated fairly in every respect. This is where Ishbel/HR Solutions Shropshire comes in. Ishbel clearly has huge experience in the world of HR for some very large companies but is also aware that it is easy to go overboard when it comes to policies, procedures and contracts. Ishbel has been able to quickly and thoroughly review our compliance, amend contracts and policies as well advise on HR strategy and recruitment. This has all been done quickly, efficiently and within a very competitive budget. She fits in well with our team at all levels of the business and is viewed by all staff as an asset to the team.
HR Solutions Shropshire worked with me in ensuring I had everything in place for my employees. The advice and assistance we received was second to none and I would not hesitate to recommend the company to other business owners.
I just want to thank you for your help. I was so pleased and grateful for the advice! Keep up the excellent work. You provided the best support I have ever encountered.
Thank you very much for your rapid response. There is no doubt that I'll be using HR Solutions Shropshire again in the future!
Its five years since the Modern Slavery Act (MSA) passed into law, and you dont have to look too hard to see that it is still a major issue in our national life.
There is plenty of evidence that the issue continues to be a blight and that there remains much misunderstanding amongst companies about their responsibilities in this area.
Thats a desperately sad situation. When applied correctly, the MSA can help lift those affected out of truly horrendous exploitation and also lead to much-improved morale among companies which might, unwittingly, have relied on forced labour.
Latest figures from the Global Slavery Index for the UK suggest that as many as 136,000 people are caught up by modern slavery though the Governments own figures put the number as between 10-13,000.
You will know by now that the Governments official advice to employees about returning to work changed from the start of this month.
Previously, it had been the Governments position that everyone who could work from home should do so to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
But from August 1, Boris Johnson says that employers can have more discretion in the matter meaning that homeworking could continue, or workplaces could be made safe by following the Governments guidelines and staff could be allowed back.
This slow return to the workplace will inevitably bring with it some anxiety on the part of employees. How will they know their workplace is safe? What if they live with someone who is shielding? What if they have to use public transport to get to work?
Just about the most common question we are being asked at the moment relates to returning to work.
With the furlough scheme due to end at the end of October, its likely that many more employees will get a message from their workplace telling them to return to their office, factory or workstation.
But if you are genuinely concerned for your health and wellbeing, do you have to do what your boss is telling you.
Theres no straightforward answer but whatever your situation, the best starting point is to try to engage in an open dialogue with your boss.