HR Advice is a bespoke support service that helps small companies and startups achieve their People goals.
Tap into industry-leading expertise by phone, email or live chat (and without making a full-time hire).
All from just £179 a month.Book a free call
Work with our advisors to upgrade your policies and contracts while creating a progressive company handbook that enables high-impact work.
Policies & contracts: instantly comply with the law
Company handbook: get all your docs in one place
Annual compliance review: stay up-to-date and protected
Tap into the industry expertise you need to build a truly fulfilling work environment, where your team always feels supported and engaged.
Progression framework: provide clarity on career development
Hybrid/remote work: adapt your company to new ways of working
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: attract and hire the best talent
We don’t do one-size-fits-all. Instead, we work with you to understand your specific HR challenges and long-term vision for your company’s culture.
Perhaps you want to put in place a career progression system, check your employee offering against industry benchmarks or maybe you just have an urgent HR query that you want to run by a professional.
Whatever is on your mind, the best way to get started is with a free discovery call.Book a free call with us
CIPD Level 7
CIPD Level 7
CIPD Level 7
Ben Wharfe, Chief People Officer at Fiit
HR Advice is for anyone running the HR/People side of a small company or startup.
They could be handling that responsibility alongside another role (like CEOs or Finance Managers) or it could be more like their full-time job (like COOs, HR teams or Operations teams).
The companies that use HR Advice are usually between 5-50 employees and work in tech, SaaS or creative sectors, but many others work in e-commerce, recruitment or other professional services.
For companies smaller than 10 team members, HR Advice costs £179 + VAT per month.
For teams bigger than that, it’s £299 + VAT.
Nope. You can cancel your HR Advice plan anytime you like – just give us 60 days’ notice.
Yes, it really is unlimited. You can get in touch with your advisor as often as you need to – by either email, live chat or phone.
Our advisors aren’t employment lawyers, but they are CIPD-qualified HR experts. We also have a partnership with a law firm called Keystone Legal who can step in if you need specialist advice.
Unfortunately not. Our team only provide advice on permanently employed team members.