Stefan Harder and Christoph Müller leave HR Unlimited and move to responsible positions in leading companies. We are reluctant to let these two colleagues go, but are pleased about the associated recognition of their achievements as interim managers. HR Unlimited offers clients fast and professional solutions with the use of Interim Managers – and clients who wish to do so can subsequently also take advantage of long-term employment relationships with our interim managers. We are looking forward to a good cooperation with our former partners and wish them both only the very best!
Every company strives to achieve optimum benefit for customers and the company itself with as few resources as possible. However, not everyone succeeds equally well in implementing lean management.Read more
We are very pleased to welcome our new partner Tarek Kälin to the team today. He also brings enormous HR experience and is ready with immediate effect to support you professionally in case of gaps.Read more
We are very pleased to welcome our new partner Stefan Harder to our HRU team today. He also brings enormous HR experience and is ready to support you professionally in case of gaps from now on. Stefan Harder is also very strong operationally as an HR leader and will therefore lead your challenges on the path to a solution.
The actual discussion regarding «mandatory» Home Office for small and big corporations is intense and some companies install control-measures for their employees.
It cannot be denied that in the current situation in companies the psychological problems of employees are increasing. Fear of job loss, more and more restrictions in private life. The pressure is increasing all the time. The sword of Covid Damocles sends his regards. And the next few months and even the coming 2021 do not look rosy.
«I will loose 15 kilos» – «I will stop smoking – definitely» – «this year, I will make my first million» – «this year, I will hand in my tax declaration in February» …
Your HR-employees can stem this easy besides their daily work and projects! Are you sure about this? Does your HR Manager agree? Is the relevant know-how as well as the required time available?
Sitting at the beach, hiking in the mountains or just leaving your soul wandering at a hammock. You are trying to calm down, however, somehow this seems not to work right … the past few hectical month seem to ‘stick’ to your mind.
It’s the classic: Somebody is failing in your HR department. Be it the Head of HR, some HR Unit Leader, a HR Business Partner or somebody on the HR clerk level.