Digitisation as a growth driver
Keyword Corona: The pandemic and the resulting tense economic situation have of course not left HRGlobal unaffected. “Looking back, 2020 was perhaps not the best year to start a business,” said Beate Hild. “On the other hand, we had the opportunity to test our business model under the most difficult conditions. As of today, it works. Thanks to our wide range of products, we are able to cover different customer segments”. In addition to German medium-sized companies, HRGlobal focuses on start-ups and companies with an international orientation. The managing director duo expects a further boost through the expansion of digital activities.
“Visibility is a high priority for us,” confirmed Daniel Zinner. “Via our online presence, clients can inform themselves about our services or get in touch with us.” In addition to the website, this also includes the company’s various social media channels. “Social networks are an excellent opportunity to exchange information directly with our customers,” he explained. “We will soon be active on LinkedIn, Xing and Facebook, where we post news on topics such as personnel administration and HR project management”.
HRGlobal family grows
The positive business development already requires personnel adjustments. In order to ensure stability and to position itself even better in the areas of law and digitisation, HRGlobal recently brought on board two new employees. Employment law expert Yannick M. Schöggl supports the team as legal advisor. IT specialist Patrick Neises is responsible for internal system administration and compliance with security standards on client projects. Among other things, he supports the implementation of the basic data protection regulation when setting up HR departments.