Gravitate to showcase groundbreaking online 24/7 HR service

Outsourced HR advice and support specialists Gravitate HR will showcase GRACE, their groundbreaking online HR service, at this year’s B2B Scotland exhibition in Glasgow.

GRACE allows companies to create their own secure HR intranet that they can access 24/7 from any computer.  Signed contracts, job descriptions and appraisals as well as policies and procedures are stored in one place making it easy for users to track and manage their HR documents digitally.

The service also means that companies always have the most up to date and compliant procedures readily available.  Hosted by Gravitate HR on a secure server with internet banking level security, GRACE is a centralised, password-protected space for document sharing.

Margery McBain, MD of Gravitate HR, says: “Grace has been a fantastic success story for us and we are very excited to be taking her to B2B Scotland.  We are very much looking forward to meeting some of Scotland’s most innovative businesses and to discussing the HR issues that concern them today.”

Gravitate HR is a full service outsourced HR advice and support company specialising in workplace dispute resolution, performance management processes and HR policy. Launched in 2006 by Margery McBain, the company works with a number of high profile companies including Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, Rettie & Co and the Edinburgh International Film Festival and Filmhouse.

Gravitate helps a broad range of public and private sector companies to manage employment related issues, in many cases working as part of the management team to help make difficult decisions about their team and the way forward.

Gravitate HR will demonstrate GRACE to businesses at B2B Scotland, Scotland’s free premier business development event. It is aimed at those who are looking to grow their business, and is supported by Scottish Enterprise, Business Gateway and other leading business organisations.

The event is tailored towards all thriving proactive organisations aiming to expand their business and increase sales and productivity. There will be Training Theatres where organisations can enhance their business skills and knowledge, a Business Growth Zone where they can identify new international markets and discover the support available to access them and a chance to hear inspirational stories and top tips for success from leading Scottish entrepreneurs.



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