Made up of long-established, specialist companies Cater, Leydon, Millard, Ellis Whittam, Law At Work, Youmanage HR, DeltaNet International, Cylix and HR Services Partnership, WorkNest was unveiled today (October 4, 2021) with the goal to become the leading source of dedicated employment law, HR consultancy, E-learning, HR software and health and safety support and digital services. It represents even greater expertise, even more services, and is backed by even more powerful technology.
We are excited to be co-branding with a likeminded organisation that wants to put people, processes, and technology at the heart of everything it does. It also means we are in a stronger position to provide market-leading employment law advice and HR support, best-in-class employee relations (ER) case management solutions, and customisable online HR resources.
While we have slightly tweaked our logo, things have remained ‘business as usual’ for our customers since we first announced that we had joined Marlowe plc. Plus, we are continuing to listen to, and act, on critical feedback to further improve our services, people, and operating model.
Pete Byrne, CEO and founder of esphr, said: “Since establishing our company in 2003 to address a market gap, we have continued to move with agility and offer an integrated solution so HR professionals can firmly put ER first on their strategic agenda and drive meaningful change, as a result.
“Working alongside an array of exciting, forward-thinking and like-minded businesses who make up WorkNest is exactly where we need to be to ensure we continue building on our leading position in the market.”
It’s our mission to advise and develop the employment law capability of HR professionals wherever we can, helping HR teams make a real commercial difference to their organisations. That way, you spend less time solving operational issues and more time actioning projects that drive far-reaching change in your company.
Call 0333 006 2929 or email email@example.com today to discover exactly how we can help you.
Pete set up esphr in March 2003, after running an HR resource management business for three years.