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|Nigel Burnett, BSc (Econ) and Chartered
Member of the Institute of Personnel and Development founded
NPB & Associates Ltd in 1998.
He is an HR professional with extensive HR and management experience
at Director level and as an independent full time HR Consultant/Interim
Manager for a number of blue chip companies. He also acts
as a Chairman of Group Trustees and Trust director for
the fourth largest UK pension scheme.
For the past 12 years his work experience has focused on the
planning and implementation of organisational change programmes
with a successful track record of creating bespoke HR solutions
to meet business objectives and complying with legal requirements
such as TUPE and the redundancy regulations.
In his corporate career he was HR Director of a part
of Trinity Mirror plc, the UK's largest newspaper publisher
and Personnel Director for Powerhouse Retail,
which at that time was the third largest UK electrical retailer.
Consultancy assignments have included Interim Head of HR
and HR Change Manager with First National (then
part of Abbey National) which underwent a large transformation
programme involving an outsourcing and downsizing programme.
Retail Recruitment Consultant with Somerfield plc
and HR Project Manager for MEPC plc where he dealt
with a large outsourcing programme.
He also has experience of advising SME's in IT, manufacturing
and service sectors on employment issues and with tribunal claims.
His key skills are the provision of HR advice and support to
deliver business solutions and solve real problems:
Cost effective recruitment and
selection practices and solutions
to reduce mistakes and high
Handling restructures, re-
Reviewing pay and reward
structures to ensure that they are
aligned to market rates and reflect
individual performance and
Advising on employee
relations issues and internal
communications to ensure a
positive work climate
Coaching managers to own and
deal with their people issues