“Blake Morgan's HR Consultancy service is a constant and invaluable help to the Diocese of Portsmouth as we seek to be an excellent place of work for all our clergy, staff and volunteers.”
Blake Morgan’s HR Consultancy team combines specialist practical and commercial experience with robust legal advice from our employment lawyers. This means we provide up-to-the-minute expert opinion on all issues relating to HR.
Our experienced HR Consultants provide three main types of HR consultancy:
The HR Consultancy team has extensive experience right across the HR spectrum, with specialist knowledge of the following areas:
Our Strategic Interventions expertise includes:
Our extensive list of HR clients range in size from a multinational manufacturer to not-for-profit organisations, such as the Diocese of Portsmouth and family-owned or owner-managed businesses.
We provide first rate services to the following sectors:
|Education||Industrial & commercial supplies and distribution|
|Care provision||Risk analysis|
|Maintenance services and transport|
Examples of how our HR Consultancy team has provided specialist help include:
Paula Kathrens is an employment lawyer and Partner with Blake Morgan. She says organisations with 250 or more employees need to understand the implications of failing to comply with the new gender pay reporting legislation.
Employment law solicitor Nerys Cobner-Vale features in People Management as she counts down last year's most significant employment judgments, which could prove costly for businesses in 2018.
What can HR professionals do to help alleviate employees’ post-Christmas financial worries? Cathy Bryant, from our Tax team and Hannah Waterworth from our Employment law team report in People Management.
It's hard to imagine that it was only ten years ago that legislation was first introduced prohibiting age discrimination in the workplace with the implementation of the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006 on 1 October 2006.
As a number of high-profile retailers, pubs and leisure sector businesses pledge to move staff away from zero hours contracts, we consider the pros and cons – should all employers follow suit?
What do Samantha Cameron, David Beckham, Angelina Jolie and David Dimbleby have in common? They are just a few high-profile individuals who have a tattoo or, in David Beckham's case, lots of them.
Restrictive covenants are a useful tool for employers to protect their competitive edge and to reduce the risk of 'star employees' leaving to join competitors.However, failure to draft them carefully can leave both employer and employee in limbo.
Following on from our Employment law "Top Ten" of 2017 we now take a look ahead to 2018 and what are likely to be the key employment law developments for employers and HR professionals.
How will employers and HR professionals remember 2017? We thought we’d seen enough Brexit turmoil in 2016 but it paled into insignificance compared with the legal and political wranglings this year.