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Whether you’re considering employing your first employee or need a helping hand with keeping up with HR legislation across an entire organisation, the team at Crispin Rhodes and HR Solutions will point you in the right direction and keep you on track.

ANGELA RHODES

Managing Director
t: 01908 576991
m: 07974 814939
e: angela.rhodes@crispinrhodes.co.uk

RHONDA MURRAY

HR Partner
t: 01908 576991
m: 07391 504004
e: rhonda.murray@crispinrhodes.co.uk

Juliet Coates

JULIET COATES

HR Consultant
t: 0844 324 5840
e: advice@crispinrhodes.co.uk

Sarah Dunnell

SARAH DUNNELL

HR Advisor
t: 0844 3245840
e: advice@crispinrhodes.co.uk

I’ve used Crispin Rhodes’ expertise for many years. Their experience and calm at what are normally fraught times is always a great comfort

SUZANNE WILLIAMS, CHAMELEON

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