Kathryn Rodgers is an accomplished HR professional who brings equal measures of pragmatism, clear perspective and energy to even the most challenging situations.

Andy Wilson, Managing Director (mini)

Kathryn Rodgers

face2faceHR Nottingham is managed by Kathryn Rodgers, an accomplished HR consultant with over 15 years’ experience gained in the public, private and not for profit sectors.

Kathryn has worked with employers across a range of industries including manufacturing, financial services and distribution. Her experience of working with directors and senior executives during start-up, restructures and mergers enables her to provide pragmatic, commercial HR solutions, particularly to SMEs without an established internal HR resource.

A Chartered Member of the Institute of Personnel and Development, Kathryn has managed complex disciplinary and grievance situations as well as absence, capability and performance issues and has designed and delivered organisational training programmes.

Kathryn is also a British Psychological Society member registered to use occupational and ability psychometric testing.

Kathryn’s approach is down to earth and practical, getting to know you and your business before offering support, advice and coaching to achieve your people goals.

Kathryn is an accomplished HR professional. I have always found that she brings equal measures of pragmatism, clear perspective and energy to even the most challenging situations.

Andy Wilson, Managing Director

I had an HR query a few weeks ago, and Kathryn was recommended to me by a reliable friend. My very first impressions were that she has a caring nature, she was interested immediately in finding out what was going on – what was the exact situation? She listened calmly and patiently, proving reassurance and professionalism, mixed with employment law advice.

Thankfully, the situation improved with a good outcome achieved. I am very grateful to Kathryn for taking time out to explain in a practical, no-jargon way. I would recommend her to others as her quality approach to HR issues was evident in our conversations.

Education Manager

Kathryn is supportive, pragmatic and always able to diffuse difficult situations whilst remaining human! Anyone working with her will benefit from these skills and her very calming (and lovely) personality too.

Lalita Hedges – Business Development Manager

Kathryn is wonderful to work with. She is incredibly professional, yet personable, and speaks in a language everyone can understand! She can take the heat out of any situation with calm, concise, logical advice. She has previously helped me to recruit (I say helped – she pretty much did it all once I knew what type of person I wanted) and has also helped me out with performance and absentee issues. It’s so reassuring to know that, as a small business owner, I’m operating on the right side of the law!

Jayne Harris, Director

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How can I help?

Kathryn offers a free HRCheckup and provides support and advice to small to medium-sized businesses without internal HR resources.

To find out more call Kathryn on:

or email

kathryn.rodgers@face2faceHR.com

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