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About Us


Doodle HR has been created to make HR affordable and available to all companies no matter how small. We take a very pragmatic approach and work very closely with our clients, considering ourselves to be an integral part of their management team.

Founded by Nancy Prest in 2013, Doodle HR is based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Nancy is an experienced HR professional with CIPD graduate qualifications at Masters level, a Diploma in Employment Law and over 15 years’ experience in public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

Nancy is passionate about HR and brings a thorough understanding of regulation and policy development and the importance of compliance for small to medium size businesses. Key HR projects include the design and implementation of new SAP HR and Payroll systems, the establishment of HR departments and their operational processes, and the design, delivery and communication of benefits packages.

Nancy works alongside Employment Law Solicitors and continues to update and expand her HR skills to provide clients with expert, up to the minute practical advice, on all day to day Human Resources issues. She also works closely with local recruitment agencies to enable preferential rates for her clients.

Doodle HR also supports SME’s by reviewing health and safety risks for your business, identifying issues before they become a problem. Our in-house expert has over 18 years of experience and can assist you to introduce health and safety training, policies and management systems to ensure your company remains compliant.

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Tour De Yorkshire & UCI

With this years cycle calendar now upon us, starting with the Tour de Yorkshire, there has been much discussion and press about the benefits these races actually have on the economy of Yorkshire (and Harrogate). Apart from the kudos of these prestigious races coming through our towns, and the revenue from tourism, there are some […]


Tribunal Fees Ruling – Where does this leave us?

Since 2013, employees have had to pay a fee of up to £1,200 to take their employer to a tribunal. This led to a drop of around 70% in the number of claims, enabling some employers to take a robust approach to employee relations because of the heavily reduced risk of a claim. The Supreme […]


What would Bananaman do?

With an abundance of information from both Brexit and In camps, it’s very confusing as to what to believe and what to do for the best on Thursday. Which was why I was interested in a recent report from the BBC titled ‘How much UK law is decided by EU law’. From the Vote Leave […]


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