Hay Group is a global organizational and human restheirces consulting firm. They actively seek to improve their clients’business in ways that are unparalleled by other consulting firms. They improve business performance by focusing on critical“people, cultural, or organizational”issues that either enhance or restrain success. They work uniquely in the areas of organization structures and roles, reward and talent management to help their clients achieve their strategic objectives. While they have distinct services in each of these areas, they can also solve problems by combining services so that clients’ receive just the right solution for them. They partner with clients and do not over-run them with consultants. They strive to increase the capability of their clients. They transfer their know-how so that — irrespective of the solution — their clients’organizations are stronger as a result of working with us. Therefore, their solutions are not “one off.” They help sustain performance. As a result, Hay maintains an active role inside many ongoing people and organizational processes in some of the world’s most admired companies.
The foundations of their services are extensive knowledge bases, databases, and original research into both organization effectiveness and executive and management behavior. Good data with great science are at the heart of their solutions. As a result their recommendations are authoritative which enables clients to make better choices and in turn strengthen their organizations.
Hay Group is a global company operating in over 41 countries. This reach enables them to offer unique services to multinational companies. Because they see similar problems in different contexts they offer clients unique perspectives. But they are also very aware of cultural differences and the importance of understanding local practices as well as global trends. That is why almost all their local markets are lead by citizens of that country.
They apply the same techniques they offer clients to ensure they have the best people but they are not looking for‘replicable clones.”They want their people to be interesting, responsive, and not afraid to offer thought-provoking insights. They are thought leaders: they offer clients insights from their research and consulting work to shape the business agendas of functional leaders and chief executives in global organizations.