Kirsty RammSenior HR Advisor – HR
The purpose of HR is to use specialist knowledge, core behaviours and core knowledge to support members of staff through the employee life cycle whilst assisting the business to achieve strategic objectives.
HR specialist knowledge, such as learning, and development and diversity and inclusion will help the organisation to achieve a high performing workforce.
HR core behaviours are there to ensure the business values it people and they adhere to ethical practice, in turn making sure the business is always legally compliant.
HR core knowledge includes areas such as, creating the right culture and behaviours and using evidence-based practice to understand and use analytics to create insight and measure value.
Above our just a few examples of the ways in which HR is the key cog in creating organisation change, which in turn helps to achieve the business strategy.