hr for churches

HR for churches. Specialist HR advice for your church.
HR for churches covers all HR issues that are specifically relevant to churches. This will typically involve applying areas of employment law or HR practice to the church environment.
Why do churches need HR?
All charities carry legal obligations that they are required to meet. So whether they employ one person or 100, there are things that should be in place such as pensions auto-enrolment and certain policies. We can advise you on what is required as well as what is advisable once you reach a certain size. We can also help you with all issues relating to recruitment, performance, absence, sickness, capability, redundancy and so much more! What you can be sure of is that we are well placed to help you. Why? Because we are Christian leaders as well a HR professional. We understand the church environment and therefore we can help you. So rather than engaging with an HR organisation that treats you like any other charity, come and speak to the team that knows church!
How much will it cost?
We recognise that money is sometimes tight. That’s why we offer a 25% discount on all of our packages so you will get value for money guaranteed. We also don’t tie you in for minimum length contracts and have a 3 month notice period. You can also engage us for one off interventions.
Helping churches
We also want to help churches to become the best employers in the country and therefore we can provide cost effective HR support that will help you achieve that goal. We’ve worked across the Anglican, Baptist, Pentecostal and Free Evangelical movements. Our specialist support is available to help you navigate the trickiest of people issues so that you can focus on reaching the lost. So rather than struggling alone, call Nicci on 07908 875146 or Rob on 07494 161169 and we will be happy to help.

GDPR is one year old

GDPR is one year old – is your church on track?

This weekend marks the first anniversary of the introduction of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) legislation. GDPR is one! The Europe-wide legislation came into force on 25 May 2018, forcing churches, charities and businesses to think again about how they manage, store and destroy personal data along with introducing significant fines for data breaches. …

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