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Posted by alex in Case Studies · December 2020

The global pandemic has been devastating for many small organisations in the fine art sector. As we all grapple with what the future might look like many of us are faced with the need to restructure our small teams and do things differently.  This can be daunting for organisations that do not have an in-house HR resource.

At DRAW our qualified and experienced HR Advisor can help to talk your restructure through and can advise on contractual and legal matters, relating to employment.

We take a practical approach and can provide whatever level of support you require. This may include discussing options and strategies in any situation, outlining appropriate procedures, drafting documentation and correspondence; or even attending meetings with employees to help manage difficult or sensitive issues.

Support can be provided via telephone, email, or in person. We have designed our services to be flexible, tailored to fit your business needs, and cost-effective.

Call us for a free 10-minute chat to discuss your needs

Notes from DRAW · 14.12.2020

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