HR Excellence



What we offer

You can access flexible telephone, e mail and virtual HR consultancy advice AND unlimited on-site meetings, either as part of an annual contract and/or day rate HR consultancy for all complex employee relations matters, such as disciplinary, grievance, capability, sickness, redundancies, restructures, consultation, policies, procedures, contracts of employment, settlement agreements and ACAS conciliation. Your business can access strategic HR advice up to board level including planning and implementing change projects. You can call on accredited  workplace/commercial mediation, recruitment planning, a leadership development programme to upskill your managers and support with investigations, such as grievance, disciplinary and whistleblowing. As one of our valued business owners and leaders, Birch-HR will work as your stand-alone HR consultancy service and/or work collaboratively with your executive board, leaders, managers and/or internal HR teams.

We have been delighted with the support that we have had from the team at Birch-HR

Jon Harris, Headteacher, Hamilton Special School

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We provide regular HR news, briefing and training events for our clients. We provide thought leadership articles for HR, education and business national media.

HR UPDATE  Mental Health Awareness Week (13 to 19 May 2024)

HR UPDATE Mental Health Awareness Week (13 to 19 May 2024)

Over half of all work-related ill health is due to stress, depression, or anxiety. You can support HSE's Working Minds campaign to raise awareness of how to promote good mental health at work. The Working Minds campaign brings together a range of tools and support to...



Stress Awareness Month during April is an important time to shine a light on the impact of stress on our mental and physical well-being. It's a time for individuals and organisations to come together to raise awareness about stress, its causes, effects, and how to...

HR UPDATE – Carer’s Leave Act from 6 April 2024

HR UPDATE – Carer’s Leave Act from 6 April 2024

The Carer’s Act makes provision for unpaid leave for employees to unpaid leave to give or arrange care for a ‘dependant’ who has: a physical or mental illness or injury that means they’re expected to need care for more than 3 months a disability (as defined by the...

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We look forward to arranging a convenient time to establish how we can best support your current leadership with the delivery of both current and future HR priorities.