HR Help connects businesses and individuals with:

  • Answers to HR questions
  • Resume creation or re-design
  • Job interview preparation
  • Employer initiated termination of employment
  • Employee performance issues
  • Difficult conversations
  • Group health and dental benefits plan administration and interpretation
  • Job offers, hiring, and interviewing
  • Disability case management
  • Creating policies, guidelines and employee communications

About Us

HR Help is a Calgary consultancy business that aims to partner with leaders and business owners to provide them with support and advice. From job posting and interviews to difficult conversations, benefits plan interpretation, performance management to terminations, we partner with you to create solutions that support your people AND your business objectives.

Many businesses and organizations don’t need or want a full time HR department and wish to avoid the fees of an employment lawyer every time they have an HR question or need to make a decision that will impact their staff. HR Help is here to be your go-to resource for all of your HR questions and for the support you need as a business leader.

Contact us today to get answers to your HR questions.

Our practice is situated on Treaty 7 land, the traditional territory of the Blackfoot confederacy: Siksika, Kainai, Piikani as well as the Îyâxe Nakoda and Tsuut’ina nations. This territory is also home to the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3. We acknowledge all nations, genders and spirits who live, work and play in Moh’kinstsis, the Blackfoot name for Calgary, and Treaty 7 Region of Southern Alberta who help us steward this land, honour and celebrate this territory. As treaty people and as settlers on this land, our commitment to reconciliation starts with taking this opportunity to acknowledge our honour and privilege to live and work within the Treaty 7 territory.  This recognition is a beginning to the work of reconciliation and decolonization we are committed to as individuals, and as human resources professionals.

It is our goal to create and promote a working environment that is trauma-informed, safe, and welcoming to individuals of all cultural backgrounds, genders, and sexual orientations.