Mark Exley

Mark Exley

Mark has extensive experience in Human Resources, specialising in Reward Management. This includes all aspects of the remuneration package, along with the methodologies and application of relevant incentive schemes. Mark’s experience also includes managing Company car schemes, including duty of care compliance. He possesses well developed expertise in mentoring and coaching, up to and including board level and encompassing all aspects of people management. Mark’s primary objective is to add value to an organisation and make a difference. He gets a real buzz from helping businesses and individuals to fulfil their potential.

In his spare time Mark can often be found on an Athletics track coaching athletes or officiating at matches.

If you’d like to benefit from Mark’s expertise, get in touch using the contact form on the right, or call 01604 763 494. If you’re not ready to pick up the phone yet, read more about our reward management and HR services.

Mark's Recent Blog Posts

Ghosting, HR, employee, employers,milennials ,workplace,

An employee leaves you in the lurch - is it time to look in the mirror?

Ghosting - a definition - “the practice of ending a relationship with someone by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication.”

14th August 2019
HR, moon landing, delegate, delegation at work, employees, business,

Neil had plenty on his mind. It was a summer afternoon in 1969 and things at work had just become - how shall we put it - a little tense.

22nd July 2019
HR, employee, workplace, success, motivation, business

'Failure’ is surely too harsh a word. Draw a straight line between failure and success. After their World Cup semi-final loss to the world’s number one team, the USA you’ll surely place England’s magnificent footballing lionesses right next to the ‘success’ end of the spectrum.

08th July 2019
HR, employee, upskill, recruitment, employee engagement, business, onboard, vacancy

Of course, this is really a trick question. If you choose to upskill, then you’ll still need to recruit to replace the employee you’ve upskilled.

So, a better question would be - A vacancy needs to be filled. Do you recruit or do you upskill-and-recruit?

03rd July 2019
job interview, recruitment, Human Resources, employment, employees, HR

In our last blog, we looked at three big recruitment mistakes.  In this article, let’s look more closely at one of those - poorly prepared interviews.

27th February 2019
recruitment mistakes to avoid, employment, HR, interviews, employees, recruitment process,

Save time and money by getting your recruitment right - first time.

13th February 2019
Is your office emptying fast?

Reduce your staff turnover - save costs

15th January 2019
HR, employees, Christmas party, employment law, employment tribunal, moral

How does that Andy Williams classic go?

'It’s the most wonderful time of the year
With the kids jingle belling
And everyone telling
You ‘be of good cheer!’

10th December 2018
There is calm amongst the Brexit confusion, employment law, HR, business,

Well, are any of us surprised?  It’s all kicking off at Westminster. 

Since the final release of the proposed Brexit deal, drama has heaped upon drama.  Fevered speculation is rife - claims of treachery, resignations, talk of a new Prime Minister, even a new government!

20th November 2018
employee engagement, HR, change management, communication, trust

How prior engagement is essential to successful change management.

24th September 2018

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