Established in 2008, Cambridge-based Recruitment & HR Consultancy, Aspire Cambridge has continued to prosper. Managing Director, Kelly Haston, has recently strengthened her team of professionals with the appointment of Jenna Gorham Assoc CIPD as a HR Consultant.
The new appointments bring the total number of permanent employees at Aspire Cambridge to 14 with a further 3 external HR Consultants. In 2014, Aspire Cambridge extended its service offering to include the provision of HR services to meet their growing demand; in fact, the company now provides outsourced HR services to an increasing number of SME’s throughout Cambridgeshire.
Jenna from Cambridge, brings more than 10 years’ experience to Aspire Cambridge gained as a HR Business Partner. Past experience includes responsibility for 800 employees, across 25 branches in 3 counties, 3 smaller businesses and the central support functions on all employee relations issues including devising and delivering training to managers. She has wide sector experience having worked in both public and private sector companies to include an outsourced HR environments. Her role as HR Consultant will include acting as HR Director for a number of clients, working with them to understand their business plans and helping them build strategic people plans to support it. All aspects of HR, from training and recruitment to performance management and disciplinary procedures, are covered by the role.
Jenna says: “This opportunity excites me! I enjoy working with a variety of clients as part of their business, to help them develop and grow through their people by adding value and transferring knowledge wherever I can. I love the Aspire Cambridge approach which is tailored to the clients’ needs – definitely not a ‘one size fits all’ approach.”
Kelly Haston, added: “2016/17 is proving to be another good year for Aspire Cambridge and I’m delighted to welcome Jenna to the team. Jenna’s role is integral to the development of our plans and I know that she will be able to play a big part in our continued growth. I wish her every success!”