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People Matters HR Celebrates Two New Collaborations


New systems will assist businesses during lockdown.

People Matters HR Celebrates Two New Collaborations


"Through these partnerships we are able to help our customers keep connected to their employees-even when people are social distancing."
Neil Cope, People Matters Founder and MD



People Matters HR have announced the launch of two new services through partnerships with two leading training providers.

 

The collaborations will enhance the Bury-based businesses’ award winning offering, to give even more practical help for businesses - which will help them to flourish and develop during the Coronavirus crisis – and beyond.

 

People Matters HR have added to their services:

IMPROVE online learning, which provides a wide range of online learning courses designed for SME businesses across a wide range of subject areas with over 40 courses currently available, and another 50 on their way. Businesses will find this invaluable in the current climate, particularly as furloughed staff are still allowed to do training courses.

WeThrive, an employee engagement tool, which assesses an organisation by which going beyond the traditional employee engagement survey. It’s cutting-edge software is designed to delve into the employees subconscious to uncover factors which are often hidden but lie at the root of common workplace issues. This enables line managers to take control of employee engagement with easy to read coaching plans, supporting resources and post survey action tracking.

 

 

Niel Cope, Managing Director of People Matters HR said:

“As part of our pledge to help our clients manage and develop their people, we are delighted to announce that we are partnering with IMPROVE and We Thrive to enhance our offering with a range of fantastic online resources. 

“There’s no dispute that the way we work has changed dramatically over recent months. Through these partnerships we’re able to help our customers keep connected to their employees and keep their training up to date – even when people are social distancing.

 

Award-winning People Matters HR are one of the North West’s leading consultancies offering a fresh new approach to managing HR in the SME market. The company was founded in 2011 by Niel Cope, to provide businesses across the region with a bespoke, Director-level outsourced HR solution at a fraction of the cost, allowing customers to create strong leaders, engaged teams and a better ROI. The impressive client list includes: UAP Limited, Eventura, Rowe Hankins Ltd, Z-arts, WRPS and ASL.

 

The new services will complement the businesses Breathe’s accredited HR Partner Programme, which is designed for consultants looking to support their small to medium sized clients with HR software and streamline internal processes.

 

Steve Walker, CEO and founder of IMPROVE online learning platform said:

 

“Niel and his team at People Matters HR are great partners to IMPROVE online learning. Their innovation as an outsourced HR provider in adding online training to their portfolio and drive to take our unique microlearning platform to their customers makes them an excellent partner to work with”

 

Andrew Heath, CEO of WeThrive said:

 

"We are really excited to partner with PMHR - Niel and his team are ideal partners for us - they absolutely put people front and centre of everything they do. In the first few weeks of partnering we won two new clients both of whom have found the combination of WeThrive's insights and Niel's guidance and expertise transformational."

 

Niel Cope, concluded:

“At People Matters HR, it’s our mission to transform our client’s businesses through award-winning consultancy services that increases their profits through combining outstanding innovative thinking with fantastic value. These new collaborations are a perfect example of this.”

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