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.
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We all do it.
Every day we make routine assumptions about the people around us based on nothing other than our own unconscious bias.
Thats why so many of us routinely associate the colour pink with girls and the colour blue with boys.
Its also why very many people will automatically assume that the nurse they have an appointment with will be a woman, whilst the consultant will be a man. Its why we assume youngsters are better handling technology than older people and taller people make better leaders than those of a more diminutive stature.
Interestingly, we all assume that every other person we meet will be making judgments based on these unconscious factors, though we ourselves would never do so.
Unconscious bias is a very real factor in the workplace too.
If you are anything like me, Brexit will be the last thing you want to talk about.
More than three years have passed since the referendum, and theres been barely a day when our departure from the EU hasnt dominated the headlines.
And yet, in all that time, we seem to have made little definite progress.
Business has, almost universally, called for some form of clarity. Yet little has come.
It can be the most frustrating thing in the world.
You work your socks off, produce great results but somehow never seem to get the recognition you think you deserve from the boss.
Part of the reason could be unconscious bias.
And it could be just as much on your side as on your bosss.
Unconscious bias can influence all sorts of decisions in the workplace involving recruitment, promotion and performance management. And it can be discriminatory when the unconscious bias relates to a protected characteristic.