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

employee engagement, HR, change management, communication, trust

How prior engagement is essential to successful change management.

24th September 2018
Human Resources, change management, HR, reward strategy, communication

How a few fundamentals can make the process of change smoother than you ever imagined.

18th September 2018
HR, performance, consistency, value, employee, employer, business, career

Why you should think twice about employing England cricketers. There’s every chance you’re not an obsessive cricket fan, so we’ll keep this sporting analogy brief.

23rd August 2018
HR, employees, management, workplace relationships

So, you messed up at work.  What happened?  Did you forget a deadline?  Did you miss a client appointment?  Perhaps you accidentally offended a colleague with a careless comment? Or was your presentation to the board below par?

30th July 2018
Gender pay gap, equal pay, HR, employment law, Equality Act

The women of Ford in Dagenham became heroes because of it.  BBC China Editor, Carrie Gracie, kicked up about it.  

19th June 2018
employee engagement, motivation, HR,

Will we be allowed home early to watch the England games?’

‘Will the boss let us have a TV in the ‘break room’?

‘I don’t like football.  Will I be allowed time off too?’

30th May 2018
HR, Human Resources, motivation, employee engagement

What we can learn from Sunday’s two memorable Commonwealth Games moments.

Two contrasting images from the final day of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

18th April 2018
HR, management training, responsibility, business, expense claims,

A recent survey by software company webexpenses claimed that businesses could be losing £100 million a year because of false and exaggerated expense claims. Almost 50% of respondents admitted that they had fiddled their expenses at some point by claiming for more miles than they had actually travelled.

24th January 2018
HR professionals, AI, artificial intelligence, employees, employment, recruitment process,

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasing at pace and unsurprisingly not everyone is enamored with it.  Many have speculated that it won’t be long before robots are replacing humans and understandably, many people have voiced concern.

25th September 2017
HR, Freelancers, Gig economy, flexible working, employees, recruiting

It’s estimated that there are around 2 million freelancers operating in the UK, and recently they’ve had their fair share of media attention.

17th July 2017

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