Announcing Birches Group Strategic Partnership with the Human Resources Institute in South Sudan

Announcing Birches Group Strategic Partnership with the Human Resources Institute in South Sudan

Birches Group, a global market consulting group that provides an integrated approach to human resources management, salary, and compensation data to developing countries, is pleased to announce its strategic partnership with the Human Resources Institute (HRI) based in Juba, South Sudan. The Human Resources Institute (HRI) is an HR consultancy firm delivering HR consultancy for their clients, including training and development.

Under this partnership, the Human Resources Institute (HRI) will co-sponsor both our multisector and NGO surveys in South Sudan, as well as help promote survey participation to all their clients. We will also be exploring possible compensation management training events, webinars, and other activities to provide professional development opportunities for HR practitioners in South Sudan. In commenting on the partnership, Juma John, HR Consultant of Human Resources Institute, said

Human Resource Institute (HRI) is a South Sudanese HR consultancy firm established in 2018 having the goal of helping organizations invest in what we believe is the most important asset of a company – Human Resources. Since then, we have been delivering HR consultancy for our clients including training and development for oil & gas companies like Dar Petroleum, Nile Pet, SIPET, and others. With this new venture of partnership with Birches Group, we are very optimistic to target more institutions to deliver their expectation in the areas of Organizational Development & Change, Grading & Salary Review, Job Analysis, and HR Policy guides.

Ella Nierva, Account Executive for Private Sector Business Development for Birches Group, adds:

Birches Group is always on the lookout for opportunities to collaborate with external partners and South Sudan has been on the top of our list. We’ve had a presence in the country since its inception in 2011 yet we recognize there are a lot of prospects we haven’t tapped because of connectivity issues. We’ve also seen good progress in the country following the peace agreement and formation of a unity government which provided a positive economic outlook last year. Alongside these developments, the Human Resources Institute (HRI) has reached out to us to express interest in a partnership. We found it an opportune time to join forces and work together as both Birches Group and HRI have the same thought in mind – for organizations to invest in human resources as this is one of the most important assets of a company. We look forward to building Birches Group’s presence in South Sudan through the established footprint of our partner, HRI.

For more information about the partnership, or to learn more about Birches Group products and services, please contact us.

About Birches Group LLC  

Birches Group LLC is a human resources consulting firm focused exclusively on high growth and developing markets around the world.  Birches Group labor market surveys are available in over 150 countries throughout Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America and the South Pacific. The firm also assists client organizations in the management of their total compensation and human resources strategies.  Birches Group is headquartered in New York, with an operations center in Manila, Philippines, and additional offices in Sweden and Latvia.  More information is available at www.birchesgroup.com

About Human Resources Institute

Human Resource Institute (HRI) is a South Sudanese HR consultancy firm established in 2018 having the goal of helping organizations invest in what we believe is the most important asset of a company – Human Resources. Since then, we have been delivering HR consultancy for our clients including training and development for oil & gas companies like Dar Petroleum, Nile Pet, SIPET, and others. For more information, email jumajohnhr@gmail.com

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posted on January 19, 2021 / Africa, Blog, Surveys