Capital People’s HR offer strengthened with two new partnerships

The move to agile working certainly has its pros, but it has also undeniably put stress on both employees and the HR teams looking after them.

This has significatively boosted the demand for occupational health advice and the need for efficient HR Information Systems (HRIS). In response, Capital People has made two new partnerships: with occupational health services provider Caer Health, and with HR software Breathe.

Occupational health

Established in 2002 and based in Wales, our partners Caer Health have over 30 health advisors and physicians who can support organisations throughout the UK with statutory medicals, mental health support, absence management, workplace ergonomics, immunisation programmes, and management training. Caer have also recently developed a 4-week-programme covering wellbeing topics such as sleep, mindset and nutrition, in addition to their online wellbeing hub.

Whether you require one-off support for specific cases, or an ongoing relationship, we’ll shape our occupational health support to meet the needs of your business. We’ll help you approach the challenges that lie ahead in absence management, staff wellbeing and working ergonomics robustly, fairly and with your people at the centre of your strategy.

HR Information System

With over 20 years’ experience with HR systems and 9,000 SME clients, our partners Breathe are an award-winning HR software provider whose mission is ‘to help businesses free up time to focus on what’s important – their people’.

The software makes it easy to co-ordinate day-to-day HR processes such as managing holiday requests, monitoring absence, organizing documents and much more. Their customizable analytics reports can also highlight meaningful trends in their HR data to inform strategy and operational activity.

Combined with the support of our consultants, this technology can help you transform your HR function to deal with current and future challenges.

Capital People’s HR team advises on all aspects of the employee lifecycle, from workforce planning, recruitment and selection to employee exit. It partners closely with Capital Law’s employment lawyers, and with associates who bring specific expertise in areas such as management development, transformational leadership, or business psychology. You can read more here.