In response to the changing world of work, two local businesses have joined forces to create a suite of bespoke workshops to support businesses as they reopen and explore new ways of working with their teams following the pandemic.
Sue Green of Evergreen HR and Mary Walker of ELM People have extensive experience within both blue chip, SME and charity organisations and have track records of delivering support which have helped organisations to grow and to maximise the performance of their teams.
Mary said: “Sue and I recognise that these are challenging times for organisations with the unpredictability of this pandemic and having to keep organisations running and the challenges of
managing and keeping engaged remote working teams both during and after this lockdown. We are passionate about supporting the SME community in Staffordshire to access the best quality, bespoke learning solutions to help organisations to both support, manage and to help their teams to thrive.
We work with the Growth Hub and Skills Hub to help businesses access funding to support training and ensure they can libertate the potential of their teams which means that organisations can
receive training from us with potential to access 48% grant funding towards our training”
Fully funded training and HR consultancy may also be available for businesses who express an interest before Friday 26th March, with Skills Hub grants topped up to 100% by the Staffordshire Means Back To Business initiative. For more information view the flyer here.
Evergreen HR provides range of Human Resource consultancy services including the fantastic cloudbased HR software, hrpulse.co.uk which has been designed to specifically support SME’s ELM People focussing on learning and development and business coaching. ELM work with a range of businesses and the volunteer sector.
To find out more about how we can help your business contact Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mary at email@example.com