In an ever-changing world, employees are one of the key assets of your business. Diverse HR solutions play an even more important role in ensuring continuous employee development, an inclusive organisational culture and employee well-being, which are necessary to achieve sustainable business goals.
Employees need to be constantly learning new things and thrive in the continuous process of change. Companies need to manage new expectations in terms of work environment, development and employee experience in order to continue to attract, retain and support the success of their employees. Companies that invest in a positive employee experience, employee engagement and sustainable solutions are also investing in their employer image and in gaining a competitive advantage.
Our outsourced HR service supports you with specific, fast-response questions. This service is in place when your needs do not require the ongoing or regular employment of a full-time HR manager, since through us you will receive the same support immediately whenever you need it.
As HR Process support specialists, we are happy to assist your HR specialists by sparring them. For example, we can help you develop new HR policies and practices or assess your current staff satisfaction and diversity situation.
Our HR services support companies with finding policies and practices that support inclusion in the workplace. Together, we can develop an equality plan and D&I solutions that work best for you. One of the competitive advantages of a company in the labour market is that every employee feels part of the community as an individual. This is a focus area for well-being at work that is becoming increasingly important. Developing well-being at work is not just a matter of annual well-being surveys, but requires much more from the employer. Increasing sickness absence is often a sign of a decline in well-being. Together, we can find solutions to your ongoing sickness absence and other well-being challenges that work for you. Our experts are also happy to advise you on preventive wellbeing plans and principles.
As inclusion and diversity become increasingly important to stakeholders, your company's performance will be observed more than ever before, not only by the talent you attract and engage, but also by your customers and investors.
In these times, inclusion and diversity need to be discussed at board level. By developing a sustainable, knowledge-based inclusion and diversity strategy and embedding it into your risk management strategy and wider business management, your organisation can actively shape perceptions and gain a competitive advantage. Our HR experts will help you find sustainable solutions for your inclusion and diversity strategy.
Employers have a responsibility to design the structure and amount of work so that it does not overburden employees. Sometimes, however, there may also be situations where changes and challenges in an employee's personal life can make it difficult for them to cope, no matter how well planned the workload is. Ongoing dialogue between the manager and the employee, building trust, clarifying objectives, and identifying staff motivation all contribute to well-being at a personal level and within the work community. Well-being policies and plans make it easier to address factors that undermine well-being at work. Our HR specialists can help you develop well-being at work, for example by using working condition and satisfaction surveys, updating personnel handbooks and policies, and tailoring HR solutions that are best suited for you.
We work in cooperation with our colleagues in the Employment Law Department, for example when our work involves interpreting labour law or collective agreements or preparation for change negotiations. You can read more about our employment law services here.