Jersey outsourced HR provider, HR Now, has announced two new HR Consultant appointments, Karen Lysiak and Alicia Hurley.
Both are returning to HR Now after a period working for other businesses in the island.
The appointments strengthen a highly experienced team who offer the full range of people management services, as well as tribunal and mediation support.
Becky Hill, HR Now CEO, said she is delighted to be able to welcome back the two HR Consultants: “Not only is the return of Karen and Alicia great news for our clients who will benefit from their expertise and experience, but it is a big endorsement to our business that they have chosen to return to our organisation. They are both very talented and dedicated people management experts and me and the rest of our team are looking forward to working with them again.”
Karen Lysiak has worked in a variety of organisations within Jersey, including HSBC, Blue Islands, and Jersey Hospice, and fully understands the unique environment in the island. She holds an MBA in Managing Human Resources. She explained: “I was delighted to be able to return to HR Now, where I’m able to work with a variety of clients and help them with a range of challenges and day-to-day HR needs. I particularly enjoy finding creative, yet commercial and compliant business solutions by guiding organisations with their HR policies, practices, and employee relations. People are the heart of any business.”
Alicia Hurley first worked with HR Now from 2017 to 2020. She then joined Aztec Group as Senior Operations Officer, before now returning to HR Now. With a CIPD level 5 and experience of a variety of organisations, Alicia is looking forward to working with some of the clients she had previously supported. She said: “My time at Aztec took me through the full employee lifecycle and gave me invaluable cross-jurisdictional experience, but I’m looking forward to once again supporting a variety of businesses. In particular, I enjoy finding digital solutions that inform management and improve outcomes for all employees. While HR is essentially about people and relationships, good data can undoubtedly assist decision making and also improve productivity.”
Pictured: Left to right – Karen Lysiak and Alicia Hurley