Because we may offer you the most competitive storage rates for your Bangor business, you can turn your attention to more important issues in the workplace - and none can affect your company more than issues within human resources.
Whether it’s recruitment, retention, motivating staff or dealing with performance issues, HR is a tricky area, especially for small and medium enterprises, who may not require a dedicated HR member of staff to handle situations. If this applies to your business, then you may be interested in a new campaign from Business Wales which looks to help SMEs set up best practices for HR in the workplace.
According to Business News Wales, the campaign aims to develop strategies and put effective procedures in place that comply with the up to date legislation free of charge.
Cathryn Edwards, a human resources adviser, explained that with HR issues all affecting the company’s bottom line, and hundreds of local Welsh businesses have already made use of help provided: “We can help start-ups to recruit their first employee or apprentice, highlight key issues relating to contracts of employment, the legal aspects of employing staff, company handbooks and policies, while also supporting growing businesses with employee engagement, performance management, discipline, grievance and capability issues,” she said.
They have a specialist HR team on hand, made up of industry experts and employment solicitors who can all provide support on a range of issues.
As a small business in Wales competing against larger companies, it’s essential that you make the most of resources such as this to help fill in knowledge gaps and further grow your business.