Sabiha Laboni – HR consultant delivering tailored support and advice to SMEs in and around Luton
face2faceHR Luton is managed by Sabiha Laboni, a pragmatic and knowledgeable HR consultant with over 12 years’ experience in HR attained from a diverse range of industries including retail, finance, warehouse and charity.
As well as being a member of CIPD, Sabiha is a law graduate and completed her MSc in Human Resource Management. She has gained substantial experience in supporting leadership/managers effectively by providing sound advice on various employee relations matters such as absence management, disciplinary & grievance issues, redundancies and restructures.
Sabiha promotes a proactive approach to people management and frequently manages to deescalate situations through effective mediation techniques and employee engagement initiatives – an approach particularly suited to small businesses where more formal processes and disputes have a particularly devastating effect.
She enjoys coaching and training aspiring small business owners and leaders to be more confident in managing various people matters.
Sabiha is known to go the ‘extra mile’ to ensure an organisation is fully supported with an empathetic and practical approach. She is also a mental health first aider and passionate about mental health awareness at workplace and beyond.
“Sabiha is a highly skilled commercial HR Practitioner. She’s great at building strong and integral relationships and really knows her trade. She handles complex and challenging situations with ease and provides excellent business-focused advice to senior leaders. Sabiha was instrumental in reducing the burden of absence management and worked closely with many stakeholders in the process. This and much more was achieved by employing her skills in tandem with her endless energy and enthusiasm. Sabiha has a very engaging personal style, and it was a pleasure to work with her.”
“I’ve known Sabiha for over 2½ years, during which time she has helped with our HR needs at Inspirited Minds, a mental health charity. I found her to be very hard-working, she is highly organised, has great communication skills and I have always been very impressed with the way that she has approached work. She has made a real difference to our team’s processes, policies and culture.”
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