Public Sector

Managing HR in the public sector requres in depth knowledge of employment law, industrial relations and the efficiency of policies and procedures, given the awareness levels of both staff and unions.

To succeed in this environment in delivery inprovements it is necessary to understand the aims, objectives and ethos of the public sector and to balance these with outside imperatives.


Restructuring, industrial relations, change management, interim management, aquisitions and transfers (TUPE), resourcing, performance management,employment legislation, organisational development, redundancy consultation, negotiation, recognition (CAC), coaching, mentoring, internal communications, due diligence, pension scheme changes, discrimination, absence and sickness management, outplacement, head hunting, compensation and benefits, benchmarking and counselling.


Bicton College
Royal Forest of Dean ColLege of FHE
Sheffield Hallam University
South Tyneside College of FHE
Stockport College of FHE
Wigan and Leigh College of FHE

English National Opera
Festival City Theatres Trust
Glasgow Concert Halls
Opera North
Royal Shakespeare Company
Scottish Ballet
Scottish Opera
Welsh National Opera

British Transport Police
Civil Aviation Authority
Keolis (SNCF)