The members of IQE's HR team are professionally qualified and have the expertise you would expect to support a diverse, modern business. They are also able to provide a full payroll management service to clients using a fully integrated payroll software system.
An Associate of The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Hazel joined IQE in 2005. As HR Manager, Hazel is responsible for all IQE’s HR matters including coordinating the company’s performance management systems, developing HR policies and procedures, organising training and development and managing payroll. Prior to joining IQE, Hazel worked for one of the Big 4 accounting firms and has over 30 years’ industry experience. Hazel is a member of IQE’s management team.Contact Hazel
Lesley joined IQE in 2008 having previously worked for one of the Big 4 accounting firms. With over 30 years experience, Lesley is also an Associate of The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). Lesley provides full administration support to IQE’s HR function and also assists the executive directors with a wide variety of secretarial and administrative duties.
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Having recently been involved in a matter in relation to which IQE were providing director services I was extremely impressed at the pragmatic and helpful attitude of both Amanda Steele and David Karran. The way they handled the matter was genuinely exemplary. All involved in the transaction were seriously impressed with the service IQE provided to its client. Gillian Christian, Keystone Law
In response to a growing aspiration for individuals and families to invest and work in an ethical manner, IQE and MannBenham have collaborated to establish a structure which can be used for a range of ethical purposes including Shariah compliance, ‘green’ social impact investment and philanthropy. This is a universally recognised company established for ethical purposes to meet individual principles (none of which are mutually exclusive) and which can be employed where Foundations or Trusts are not accepted to achieve a similar outcome.Read more.