SHOUT Network has announced their latest partner to join the network, East Lancashire family firm NORI HR & Employment Law.
The SHOUT Network partnership will enable NORI HR to increase its brand awareness and support more businesses across the Northwest with all-important HR and employment law support.
Ian Coupe, Director at SHOUT Network was delighted to welcome their new partner NORI HR saying “The team at NORI HR have really embraced the network since they joined us in 2019 and we know many members receive great support and advice from them”.
“Our Partnership Programme provides access and engagement to a wide range of stakeholders that you would not always see at our regular business networking events”.
“We work closely with partners across the education, health, events, and local authority sectors that will all be able to benefit from the expertise NORI HR will provide”.
Removal of Lockdown and Furlough
With the removal of lockdown rules and the government-funded Furlough Scheme ending, businesses are negotiating their way through best practices, legislation and finding the most effective ways to re-integrate employees from Furlough. Naturally, they must also support workers that have worked throughout the pandemic.
NORI HR Managing Director Jason Govindji-Bruce commented “The SHOUTNetwork has opened many doors for us in terms of both clients and suppliers to our business. We fully embrace the culture of networking and getting to know more businesses”.
“Our partnership with SHOUT will make us more visible and provide business owners with more confidence and clarity when managing their people and situations, especially in sensitive situations such as long-term sick, grievances or around mental health awareness.
Govindji-Bruce added, “There are many challenges ahead for businesses owners so it’s important they know where to turn for professional support and protect their business in the correct manner”.
“We’ve seen a recent increase nationally in employment tribunal claims. It does not matter how small or large your business is, just one incident can provoke discontent or a grievance among employees, which can cost businesses thousands of pounds”.
“We also look forward to getting involved in the SHOUT! business exhibitions and working with their team”.