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P3 appoints new HR Consultant to help drive growth


North West HR services provider, P3 People Management, has appointed a new HR consultant to join its team of HR specialists.

P3 appoints new HR Consultant to help drive growth


"Lyndsey brings a wealth of experience to P3 that is going to be of great benefit to the business both now and in the future."
Charlotte Dean



North West HR services provider, P3 People Management, has appointed a new HR consultant to join its team of HR specialists.

 

Lyndsey Price, from Melling in Liverpool, has joined the team at P3 with a wealth of experience in HR, gained from over 13 years working within professional services, law firms and, more recently, in the public sector.

 

P3, based in Altrincham, is a specialist outsourced HR provider which supports businesses to increase their profits through the performance of their people. Lyndsey has joined at a pivotal time in its growth, having adapted to the challenges of Covid-19 and refocussed its products and services for its SME clients based across the North West.

 

Prior to her career in HR, Lyndsey worked within the health and social care sector, in both acute and community settings, supporting some of society's most vulnerable people.

 

Prior to the Covid pandemic, Lyndsey, along with her husband and four children, spent five months travelling across America, Australia and Indonesia. She is also a founding member of the Women’s Equality Party and has lobbied the Government on issues such as domestic violence and more recently unpaid carers of disabled children.

 

Charlotte Dean, founder and managing director of P3 People Management, said: “Lyndsey brings a wealth of experience to P3 that is going to be of great benefit to the business both now and in the future. Her rich professional and personal experience and her own personal values fit perfectly with our ethos and vision and we are really excited that she has decided to join us.”

 

Lyndsey said: “I am really looking forward to working with P3 and supporting our clients through the challenging times that lay ahead. I was immediately attracted to P3 because I loved their approach. The culture and style of the business is very different to other outsourced HR businesses. It is an ethical business with strong people-focussed values and this really appealed to me.

 

“I am very excited to use the experience and the skills I have gained over the years to help small businesses across the region to see the value in putting their people first.”

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