About Us

About Our Company

We provide HR advice and on-site support to small to medium sized businesses throughout South Wales. We offer high quality, professional, reliable HR services.

We will work together to maximise the performance of your staff, whether we provide the training and documentation for you or work in partnership with you on site in your business taking away the pressure of the day to day people issues.


Who We Are

Belinda McIntosh - Director of HRhands-on

Belinda McIntosh holds a degree in Human Resource Management and is fully CIPD qualified with over 15 years' experience in HR management and employment law in retail, manufacturing, private and public sector. Belinda uses her expert knowledge to advise a wide range of business clients throughout England and Wales. Her skills lie predominantly in:
Grievance issues
Disciplinary cases
Redundancy procedures
Performance and absence management
Recruitment
Redundancy
Compromise Agreements
Employment Tribunal cases.

Belinda has experience in helping small businesses with:
HR policies and procedures
Contract and handbook writing, grievance
Disciplinary and redundancy procedures
Staff development.

 

Our Mission

We aim to save small to medium businesses costs of underperforming staff, absence issues, tribunal costs and H&S issues by providing them with practical HR policies and procedures.

We will also be sure to provide you with the specialist knowledge on up to date employment legislation through our newsletters and briefing documents.

 

Shared Parental Leave

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From 1 December 2014 women can curtail their right to maternity leave to enable their partner to take shared parental leave. Shared parental leave is expected to be available to parents of children born or placed for adoption on or after 5 April 2015.

Amendments to Paternity and Adoption Leave

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From 5 April 2015 the requirement to have 26 weeks' employment with the same employer to qualify for adoption leave is removed. Also paternity leave cannot be taken in relation to a child where shared parental leave has already been taken.

Age limit for unpaid parental leave extended to 18

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From 5 April 2015 the right to take unpaid parental leave will extend from parents of children under five (or 18 if the child is disabled) to parents of any child under the age of 18.

 

Whatever business you're in...we'd love to hear from you!

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Quick Contact

Mobile: 07875 952 720
Belinda L McIntosh info@hrhandson.com
Bridgend, The Vale of Glamorgan, UK