Thrings HR Consultancy

Managing employee behaviour, performance and business change is important, whatever the size of your business. Each case takes careful planning and implementation to achieve your objectives with minimal disruption. Our HR Team provides step-by-step guidance in all the key HR areas involved in running a business.

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Kerrie Hunt

Kerrie Hunt


HR support tailored to your needs

Our HR service provides short-term, long-term and one-off cost-effective HR support, depending on your needs. Whether you are a small organisation without an HR function, or a large company in need of additional resource, our qualified HR practitioners provide hands-on support – both on an ad-hoc basis and a monthly retainer. They will spend time on site with you, getting to know your business in order to deliver tailored guidance that helps keep your employees engaged and your business running smoothly.

If you don’t know the type of support you need, we can conduct a full HR and immigration audit, helping you identify areas requiring change. This enables you to spot any potential risks and ensure full compliance across your organisation.


Day-to-day on-site support:

  • managing disciplinary and grievance investigations and hearings
  • holding individual redundancy consultations
  • conducting performance management one-to-ones
  • holding return to work interviews and managing long-term absence

Project support:

  • organisation change and redundancy, including managing collective consultations
  • reducing absence costs by introducing an absence management process
  • improving employee performance through implementing appraisals or performance management
  • increased return from investment in recruitment through improved processes and assessment centres

Clients describe the team as ‘an extension of our HR team, with a great understanding of how we work’ who offer ‘ractical and seamless advice’.

Sources also say of the team ‘extremely knowledgeable and takes time to understand the context and impact on the business’.

Chambers and Partners


News 1 November 2017

Discrimination update

In a summer brimming with employment law developments we take a look at some recent key decisions in discrimination cases, including the increase to Vento Bands for personal injury awards in discrimination claims and a significant decision in relation to Shared Parental Pay.

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News 1 November 2017

Suspension – a neutral act or a repudiatory breach?

The High Court has found in a recent case, Agoreyo v London Borough of Lambeth (Agoreyo), that the suspension of a teacher was not a neutral act and amounted to a repudiatory breach, by the employer, of the implied term of mutual trust and confidence. This article looks at...

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