People matter. Quick and practical assistance is one step away.

People are the greatest value of any business. The key to the success of a company is how we manage, develop, evaluate results, motivate, set goals, and maintain our people.  Fortunately, these skills can be learned and developed.

We see daily that the business landscape is becoming increasingly complex.  How to remain attractive in the labour market, develop the employer brand, how to find suitable employees, how to motivate, compensate (wage policy), whether managers are able to lead in a motivating and effective way, whether they can give feedback, hold meetings, and create a trusting work culture. The legislation regulating labour relations is constantly becoming more complex.

We know that most employees do not leave their employer for salary; instead, relations with their direct superviser are often the reason.

How the administration of HR documents is structured, and how payroll accounting takes place. What value proposition employees expect, how employees are recognised so that it is honest, transparent, and fair.

The legal side of employment is becoming more complex and in order to keep up with the changes in the law, one must be able to build relationships and documentation in such a way that it protects the employer’s business risks and is understandable to the employee.

It is not always reasonable to keep all competencies in the company permanently. To that end, it is possible to temporarily outsource services either as a comprehensive service, or pick only parts that are needed currently.


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Anu Prandi

Strategic Organizational Development and Talent Management Leader
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Terje Kaasik

Partner, Head of Payroll & Reporting Services
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