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We provide HR support to companies and individuals throughout London and Surrey.

With so many rules, regulations and changing trends in the workplace, navigating them can be a confusing and daunting prospect. Our HR and recruitment expertise will help you meet any HR challenge with confidence and success. We can advise on all aspects of the employee lifecycle – how to attract, recruit, reward, train, motivate and retain the best people for your business.

Many companies and employees experience a ‘bump’ in the road. Our HR services support both, companies and individuals, helping them to find a way forward for a successful future. For more detail on either, please use the menu links above.

Gone are the days of leaving school, choosing a career and sticking with it until retirement. With so many exciting careers and opportunities available, choosing the right career for you can feel like an impossible task!

With management styles in the workplace having drastically altered in the last decade, knowing your next steps at work can be a bewildering experience. Our career coaching expertise is underpinned with years of experience in recruitment and HR. Career coaching sessions are designed to help you explore your feelings towards your career and where you would like to drive it.

Our one to one sessions are always conducted in person, at a mutually convenient time and location.

Competition for jobs is at an all time high and having an effective CV, showcasing your skills and abilities will help you stand out from other applicants. Our CV writing specialists have over a decade of experience in writing and shortlisting CVs for a wide variety of roles.

Our writing service will tailor your CV to the current market trends, making it key word search compatible and ensuring the tone of your CV matches the industry you are applying to.

All our CV writing packages include a career coaching session to unlock your strengths and career achievements to ensure they are promoted effectively within your CV.

About

Fay Wallis - Career Coach

I founded Bright Sky HR in 2016, after spending more than a decade working in HR and Recruitment for both small and large companies, across a range of sectors including Executive Search, Retail, Engineering and Defence. I have been responsible for writing and posting job advertisements, screening thousands of CVs, training managers in interview techniques, running assessment centres, setting up a Graduate Scheme and interviewing 100s of candidates. I have recruited across most Head Office functions including roles at all levels (ranging from Graduate to Director) in Finance, Engineering, HR, Strategy, Quality Assurance, Business Development/Sales, Contracts, IT, Software Development and Software Management.

This in-depth experience of the Recruitment process means that I know what employers are looking for, which job boards and publications they advertise with, which Recruitment firms they use to help them. It’s extremely rewarding to share this knowledge with you, to help you get the job you want by teaching you how to make your CV stand out and impress in an interview.

I am CIPD qualified, with a Masters Degree in Human Resources Management and I am a Licensed Career Coach (trained by Career Counselling Services via a course that is accredited by the Association of Coaching). These qualifications, combined with my extensive practical experience of coaching in the workplace and through Bright Sky HR, mean I can help you reflect on and overcome your career challenges (e.g. changing careers, returning to work after a career break, overcoming problems at work, bouncing back from redundancy, aiming for a promotion, moving to a new company, managing a team with confidence and a plan).

I have two (now grown up) stepchildren and two young children, which means I have been juggling having a career and being a parent for many years. I completely understand the challenges that combining work with parenthood brings, including finding (or carving out) a more flexible job, trying to achieve a work-life balance that you’re happy with, overcoming a drop in confidence after taking a break from the workplace and finding childcare that works for your family. If you’d like to know more about my experiences of this and hear some of my tips for working mothers, you can listen to my podcast interview with Lisa York.