A client success story

Published: Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

One of the most satisfying experiences as a consultant is to work with a client that engages you long enough that you can start to see the benefits of your labour. We have experienced just such a relationship with Hills Limited (formerly known as Hills Holdings) and it is a real pleasure to see that business … Continue reading “A client success story”

Introducing the HR2Go team!

Published: Monday, April 14th, 2014

Since the launch of our new HR2Go service we have been overwhelmed by the level of interest in this new service. Our customers understand that choosing to outsource HR functions to HR2Go makes commercial sense. They also agree that in many instances it is a way to access specialists than your organisation would ordinarily be able … Continue reading “Introducing the HR2Go team!”

Our integrated model

Published: Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Not many of our regular blog readers would be aware that Henricks Consulting now boast well over 220 existing clients. Those clients come from a broad range of industries including mining, utilities, supermarkets, consultants, financial services, charities and the list goes on. We’ve been extraordinarily successful over the last eight years and a big reason for … Continue reading “Our integrated model”

Introducing HR2Go!

Published: Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

It is our pleasure today to announce the introduction of our HR2GO Service for our Australian customers. Just as it implies, HR2GO is the service for any Australian-based company that wants to purchase in-house HR capability without having to go through the costly process of recruiting and/or training quality staff. With HR2GO you are able to switch-on INSTANT HR … Continue reading “Introducing HR2Go!”

The relationship between Employee Well-being and Employee Engagement

Published: Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

At HC, we believe that employee engagement is the single most important people-related variable in the workplace. Employee engagement is primarily an emotional construct which leads to increased discretionary effort both intellectually and physically and is likely to lead to a range of positive outcomes, many of which can be measured and have clear bottom-line … Continue reading “The relationship between Employee Well-being and Employee Engagement”