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Glennis was employed by NHS Kensington and Chelsea for 5 months in 2010 to support the PCT in a major organisational restructuring programme. Her role was to provide senior HR leadership to a complex change management process that required implementation over a very short period.

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Patricia Wright

Glennis Toms, the MD of Employers’ Aide, worked with me from Jan 2008 to Jan 2012 whilst I was the MD at KABA/Gilgen Doors Ltd. She gained a sound knowledge and understanding of the Company which informed all of the professional advice that she provided to myself and the Management Team.

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Peter Faerber

“Glennis impressed me at interview in relation to her attitude, knowledge and experience, particularly in respect of HR practice within the NHS. That initial impression was subsequently reinforced during the 10 months we worked together.”

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Herefordshire Council and PCT

“I thought that the personal contact with Employers Aide was invaluable – there is no help desk or call centre – meaning that my case was given the attention that it deserved from Glennis herself, from start to finish.”

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Bradleys Tannery

“Glennis always conducted herself with the utmost professionalism, was diligent in her work and frequently worked under the greatest pressure to deliver the required outcomes.”

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Lancashire Care NHS

“I very much appreciate that you have completed this work in less time than we agreed….the impact you had has helped us achieve a tough change programme.”

Healthcare organisation

“Employers’ Aide have been working with us for over a year now and have delivered solutions to people issues, restructuring of our HR function, and implementing policy and procedures. All within agreed timescales and in a very professional manner.”

Manufacturing

“Technically excellent, with highly developed interpersonal skills and the flexibility to deal with competing pressures in a calm and professional way.”

Healthcare organisation

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