HR Consultancy Services
Providing the expert HR support your business needs
Our HR Consultancy Services team provides expert help to employers who either need to supplement the resources of their in-house HR team or who have no HR resources at all.
We provide employers with straightforward, commercial advice on all their HR and employment issues. Our experienced HR Consultants can advise on strategic intervention, act as HR advisors on specific projects, as an interim HR resource or as retained HR consultants. We also have a team of accredited mediators that help resolve disputes in the workplace.
Main Areas Of Practice
Disciplinary and grievance procedures
Our HR Consultancy team is with you every step of the way from conducting investigations to managing disciplinary, grievance and appeal processes.
HR redundancy issues and outplacement
If your business is faced with the difficult task of restructuring or making redundancies, our employment experts will help you manage the process.
When a business or undertaking, or part of one, is transferred to a new employer, our HR consultancy experts can advise on all legal considerations, including the conducting of collective negotiations.
Our expert team is experienced in reviewing, designing and implementing absence management policies, as well as advising on individual cases.
We help our clients make sure that their HR policies are not just legally compliant but that they also enable high performance and create mutual benefits for your employees and your business.
Your business is at its best when your people are too. We help develop and conduct employee satisfaction surveys so that you can better understand your workforce and create an action plan that works for your business. We also develop and conduct salary surveys and benchmarking.
Recruitment and retention
Our HR consultancy experts can support your recruitment strategy with advice on recruitment and selection, psychometric assessments, performing salary reviews, and HR systems acquisitions.
Equality, diversity and inclusion
We can advise on initiatives that promote equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. This includes conducting equality audits and gender pay reporting.
Our accredited mediators can help you resolve difficult ‘people’ issues speedily and effectively. We help optimise working relationships within teams and between key individuals, leading to greater success and wellbeing.
We advise on a wide range of issues including organisational restructures following a merger or acquisition, succession planning, performance management, employee benefit reviews, senior executive remuneration reviews, mentoring and coaching, managing change programmes and achieving accreditations such as 'Investors in People'.
Our extensive list of HR clients range in size from multinational organisations to not-for-profit organisations and charities, public sector organisations and family owned or owner managed businesses.
The HR Consultancy Services team provides expert HR support across all sectors nationwide.
"DFx has been supported by Blake Morgan over many years during which time their advice and service has always been of the highest quality.”
- Dr. Alan Wyn-Davies M.A. (Oxon.), Chairman & CEO at DFx Technology Limited
Management and advice of redundancy processes for a range of commercial and charitable clients.
Facilitating and chairing appeal hearings for a social housing provider, a transport company and a marketing and design agency.
Managing a major 'all-staff' investigation for a school.
With employers now making provisions for more/extended furlough arrangements following the Prime Minister's surprise announcement on 31 October that the furlough scheme would be extended beyond its original end date...Read More
Following the recent adverse publicity for university students regarding self-isolation and courses delivered online, some aspiring undergraduates may be rethinking a degree option. What alternatives can employers offer? The Government...Read More
Furlough has the potential to skew an organisation’s gender pay gap significantly. We consider what furlough might mean for organisations preparing their data ahead of the next gender pay gap...Read More
Settlement has recently been reached in a case brought by care workers against three homecare service providers regarding entitlement to national minimum wage for time spent travelling and/or waiting between...Read More
As part of the UK Government's emergency legislation measures to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, a significant change was made to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP), effective from 13 March 2020. If...Read More
In a surprising development on 31 October, the Prime Minister announced a month long lockdown for England starting on 5 November. He also announced that the furlough scheme would not...Read More