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Holly Gregory Associates has been supporting business with their HR Consultancy and Change Management Service needs for over 20 years. As experienced HR practitioners we have the knowledge to come into a business and provide value very quickly. We offer competitive pricing and a free bespoke quotation.
You may have identified a short-term Human Resource need or just want some advice and support, whether on a consultancy basis, come in from time to time as a retainer, or help you with a defined project and we can help bridge that gap.
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The cost of recruiting someone to cover all eventualities can be expensive and the onboarding process sometimes can take time and this is our USP and we can add value quickly. This website breaks down all the key disciplines into distinct areas and provides you with a pick and mix to choose from. Key areas are: HR Consultancy and also HR Change Management. The cost of recruiting someone to cover all eventualities can be expensive and the onboarding process sometimes can take time, and this is our USP and we can add value quickly. This website breaks down all the key disciplines into distinct areas and provides you with a pick and mix to choose from. Key areas are: HR Consultancy and HR Change Management.
Factors that can affect HR Consultant prices. Various factors will have an impact on how much you charge. First, you need to know how much it will cost to run your business. What will your fixed costs be each month? Those are the costs which must be paid regardless of how much business you generate e.g. rent, power, broadband. And what are your direct costs? Those are the costs you incur to deliver your services. As well as costs, the type of customer you go after will impact your pricing. If you’re targeting SMEs, for example, they may not have the budget for all bells and whistles so you need to set your prices accordingly and set packages might be the answer. Competitors can also affect pricing and it doesn’t hurt to look at what others are charging and for what level of service – if there is stiff competition in your area, then you may not be able to charge as much as you would like unless you can add value and show your offering is different or unique from others. However, if you’re an expert in your field you could potentially charge a premium because the advice, you’re able to give could be highly sought after. Finally, it’s important to consider how much profit you want to make. How much will have an impact on what you charge but you shouldn’t neglect to add profit. After all, you’re building a business and whilst you’re probably going solo because you’re passionate about HR and want to add value to other people’s businesses you need to think about what value you add to yours too.
How to choose a suitable rate as an HR Consultant. A good place to start is to think about your current salary or how much you would like to earn a year. Once you know your target annual income, you can work out how many billable hours you intend to work, taking out time for holiday, a sickness allowance, days you might simply be too tired to work and whether you’ll work weekends. You won’t be paid for every one of those hours – there will be business administrative tasks that need doing such as invoicing, quoting, networking etc so you need to remove those hours too in order to reach your total number of billable hours. To reach your hourly rate divide your target salary by your total billable hours. This is the minimum you’ll want to charge clients, but you may find opportunities to charge more. And don’t forget about profit as well. However, simply using an hourly rate puts a limit on how much you can earn a year because there are only so many hours available! Consider offering a set price for certain services or pricing per job. For example, if you say to a client it will cost you three hours to have a contract of employment drawn up at £50 an hour, they might not want to pay that much for your time. However, if you say it’s £150 for an employment contract, they might be more inclined to use you because they see value in your services and expertise, not the perceived value of your time.