We’d be mad to claim 100% successful outcomes every time the CleverGoose HR tech tool comes out of the box. But we’d be equally mad not to claim 100% near as dammit.
The complexities of HR negotiations can make your eyeballs rattle.
Our CleverGoose HR software tech tool is a pathfinder through the nightmarish labyrinth of real live, in-your face, veins-throbbing-in-the- forehead, HR problems.
CleverGoose works for the most epic HR Advisors, middle-of-the-road practitioners and SMEs who need HR governance covered without having to worry about owning the right documents, policies and handbooks.
It’s all there, proven commercially astute guidance, on tap when you need it.
CleverGoose is, in a single word, wise.
If you or your team wrestle with discipline, grievances, absences, redundancies and all the rest, CleverGoose might be for you. It can enable managers, who would like something to lean on, to make good employee relations decisions.
If you agree CleverGoose might help you, and you’d like a look, we’d love to hear from you
Once in a while an event series is born that shakes things up and makes you think differently. That event is DisruptHR. Amazing speakers, 5 minutes each, and slides rotate every 15 seconds.
Our next event is held in Norwich on the 17th September 2020
These three values are important to us and give you a flavour of who BraveGoose really are:
Brave – Its about having the courage to try something unusual, not being afraid of being yourself and having the resilience to challenge convention. We believe that sometimes you have to put your big brave pants on, take a deep breath and step into the unknown.
Disruptive not disrupting – Many of our clients work with us because they want a different approach but aren't sure how, especially if it risks disrupting service for their customers or creates risk. We bring fresh thinking, some awesome tech and don’t cause negative disruption to business. Disruption by stealth.
Big pie people - We believe there are two kinds of people, big pie people & small pie people. Big pie people believe the pie's big enough for everyone, so they take only their share. Small pie people take more than their share, fearing there isn't enough to go around. Big pie looks like collaboration, involvement, listening, second-chances and generosity.