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HR CONSULTING SERVICES

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Manage Employees and Improve Team Performance with Expert Guidance

People are your most important asset. Yet they can also be your biggest potential risk. ESN provides services to private organisations, government and local government agencies.

Our experienced consultants partner with you to understand your needs and develop interventions to resolve your specific human resource issues.

Well versed in HR / IR / OSH legislation, we excel in dealing with complex and challenging people risk management matters.

Every problematic employee situation is as individual as the employees or team involved. Our consultant will make a thorough assessment of your specific issues.

Our consultants will identify risks then create solutions to promote individual behaviour change, team harmony and productivity.

A service or combination of services will be carefully customised to develop a mutually agreed plan of action to achieve positive change.

Examples of these include:

  • Management of employee performance, capacity and mental health issues
  • Resolution of interpersonal disputes in the workplace
  • HR / OSH policy and procedure development
  • Restoring confidence after a Critical Incident
  • Analysis of team culture and enhancing team performance

Sensitive and complex situations benefit hugely through the use of a trained consultant. Our consultants bring a thorough understanding of OSH and HR legislation as well as the reassurance of impartiality.

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Workplace Investigations: How Fair Is The Process?

August 2nd, 2017|Categories: Professional Development, Workplace Investigations|Tags: , , |

You are involved in a workplace investigation. You may be named as the complainant, respondent or witness. What should you expect from the investigator? What rights do you have? Actually, contrary to common misapprehensions,

“It’s not what happens to you that matters. It’s what you think about what happens to you that matters”

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