Founding member firm, Abbiss Cadres, has welcomed accomplished business psychologist, Bill Best, to the firm’s multi-disciplinary legal and HR practice.
Prior to joining Abbiss Cadres, Bill held senior roles in two consulting firms (Advanced Personnel Technology Limited and Personnel Decisions International) before managing his own consulting and 360° appraisal firm.
With over thirty years’ experience in delivering assessment, coaching and development services at the most senior level, Bill offers Abbiss Cadres’ clients a specialised and practical advisory service.
He will work alongside the Senior Consultants in the firm’s People Consulting and Communications practice, complementing the firm’s other services such as employment law, to offer clients a holistic approach to their overall Human Resources requirements.
Abbiss Cadres’ Managing Partner, Guy Abbiss, commented:
“We are delighted to welcome Bill Best to Abbiss Cadres. His experience and skills will further strengthen our People Consulting practice and ensure that our clients have access to a full range of services to address their people-related needs.”
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