Lincoln human resources firm expands to serve Hull area

David Grech and Suzanne Tricker

Human Resources and Employment Law specialists Amica have announced further expansion, in line with rising demand.

Lincoln-headquartered Amica HR and its sister business Amica Legal now have offices in four locations.

Amica HR offers a range of HR services and training to firms working in a wide range of sectors. Its latest move follows hot on the heels of the launch of its London office late last year.

Directors David Grech and Suzanne Tricker said launching a base in Great Portland Street is proving to be a sound move, but now they are expanding north, with another office that will serve its clients in the Humber area and those in Yorkshire.

“Our London office is doing really well. For example, one of our HR clients, who took one of our smaller HR packages has now fully-outsourced his personnel requirement to us, which is fantastic,” said David.

“With that office established and the fact that we are getting an increasing number of referrals from firms in the Hull area, interested in out-sourcing their HR needs, as members of the Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce we decided to open an office serving Humberside and Yorkshire.

“That has led us to taking space in the Melton Business Park in North Ferriby, which is a managed workspace complex. From there we can easily service client in the Hull area and enjoy easy roads access to Leeds, Doncaster and Sheffield.”

Director Suzanne Tricker said: “As we have stated in the past, we are committed to keeping our Head Office in Lincoln (currently within the Think Tank in Ruston Way), but the interest in our sister business HR Legal’s services has led us to relocate it into its own office.

“Amica Legal is totally-focused on offering a “business-to-business” service and now has its own dedicated office in the Sparkhouse Studios building, on the University of Lincoln campus.

“Led by Head of Legal Services and Employment Lawyer Lucy Stones, who previously worked for regional and national law firms, it assists firms which may have an employment dispute, allowing them to limit any risk of litigation.

“We can represent firms facing an Employment Tribunal Claim and support them through the full tribunal process,” said Suzanne.

Head of Legal Service and Employment Lawyer Lucy Stones said: “The beauty of Amica Legal having its own office – just a stone’s throw from Amica’s head office – is that we can talk privately to firms needing a one-off service or I can join our Directors at our head office to chat to potential clients requiring a fully comprehensive out-sourced HR and legal service.”