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Further growth for HR business as P3 makes two new appointments


Outsourced HR business, P3 People Management, has made two further appointments to the team. Following on from an earlier appointment made in March, the business has now doubled its size in the last two months.

Further growth for HR business as P3 makes two new appointments


"Michaela and Hannah each have a wealth of personal and HR experience which will be a great benefit to P3 and to our clients and I am very excited that they have decided to join us."
Charlotte Dean



Outsourced HR business, P3 People Management, has made two further appointments to the team. Following on from an earlier appointment made in March, the business has now doubled its size in the last two months.

P3, based in Altrincham, Cheshire, helps SMEs based across the North West, to increase their profits by investing in the performance of their people.

Michaela Lewis, from Irlam, joined the team in April as HR and Business Administrator, a brand-new role for the business. Michaela supports the team with client work, providing HR focused administration, as well as a business administration function for P3.

Michaela originally worked in the catering industry, managing a branch of an Italian restaurant chain, along with her husband who was the head chef. After leaving to have three children, Michaela started her own sewing business which she ran for five years.

Keen to get back into employment, Michaela spent four years with Tesco where she was invited to join the store’s admin and HR team. Through this role, she gained a wealth of experience developing her HR admin skills, organising staff training and inductions as well as supporting with recruitment and contractual administration.

The latest recruit to the P3 team is Hannah Pryjmachuk, from Heaton Chapel, who joined P3 in May as a HR Consultant. Hannah qualified with a Masters in HR Management in 2014 before spending five years living and working in Sydney Australia within various HR roles with the legal, electronics and recruitment industries, including her last role in Sydney with Nikon Australia.

After moving back to the UK in 2019 with her husband and 6-year-old son, Hannah took some time out to have her baby daughter before starting work as a HR Officer for humanitarian charity MAG in Manchester where she worked for 10 months during the Covid lockdown.

Michaela and Hannah’s appointments follow on from the appointment of HR Consultant Lyndsey Price announced in March. All three have joined at a pivotal time in P3’s growth, having adapted to the challenges of Covid-19 and refocussed its products and services for its clients.

The new enlarged team of six support a wide range of small to medium sized businesses across the North West to invest in their people in order to create a highly motivated, happy, healthy and loyal workforce. This achieves fantastic employee engagement, an enviable workplace culture and sustainable growth. It’s expertise in employment law also helps its clients to eliminate risk and remain compliant.

Charlotte Dean, founder and managing director of P3 People Management, said: “The last year has been a bumpy ride for many businesses and we have had to remain focussed so that we have been able to support our clients with a wide range of challenges across many different industries.

“The demand for our services has increased and we continue to develop our services to meeting ever changing business needs as we look to the future. This has also meant growing our team of HR consultants and creating a new HR and business administrator role.

“Michaela and Hannah each have a wealth of personal and HR experience which will be a great benefit to P3 and to our clients and I am very excited that they have decided to join us.”

Michaela said: “I am really excited to learn everything I can about my new role as well as getting to know the team and building relationships with our clients.”

Hannah added: “Having previously worked in house, I am really excited for the challenge of consultancy. I am passionate about people management and love building relationships and I am really looking forward to developing my career and learning from the experience of my new colleagues so that I can help support my clients with more complex issues in the future.”

For more information about P3 and its products and services, visit www.p3pm.co.uk or call 0161 941 2426.

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