Today's announcement underscores the dedication of HF to continue developing and seeking new innovations that offer our federal customers the best expertise.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 20, 2013
The Hemsley Fraser (HF) Group announced today their expanded capability of aiding federal customers with labor and employee relations (LER). This move further enhances the excellence of its federal human capital training consulting services.
Hemsley Fraser’s Labor and Employee Relations (LER) team offers an unparalleled expertise in federal sector LER experience. HF’s team of consultants can provide on-site staff augmentation support, off-site consulting – or a combination. Customized training design and delivery is a core feature of HF’s approach to dealing with complex labor issues. This customized approach to agency-specific needs provides the necessary flexibility to handle any labor relations challenge.
“With complex labor issues challenging organizations of all types and sizes, HR leaders are looking for real-world expertise from trusted human capital partners. Today's announcement underscores the dedication of HF to continue developing and seeking new innovations that offer our federal customers the best expertise to help them stay ahead of LER challenges.” - Todd Turner, President and CEO
About Hemsley Fraser
HF is a global innovator and leader in human capital consulting, learning, and people development. We have the confidence to guarantee the success of our work and help organizations and people to succeed and improve through our innovative and robust learning solutions. HF has an established training portfolio in excess of 1,700 subjects and capabilities that span: federal human capital solutions and consulting, open training, in-company programs, e-learning, learning outsourcing, and e-distribution. The quality of our solutions and our customer centric approach to account management has culminated in our organization being recognized as one of the Top 20 Leadership Development companies in the world for the past three years.