Gary Hill

Gary Hill founded GHC in 1999. His expertise lies in reviewing and designing human resources services including the creation and management of HR teams. He is a motivating and good-humoured leader who effectively supports teams through change.

Gary facilitates the improved provision of HR functions such as personnel; training; pay and benefits; IT systems and health and safety services. He has extensive experience in individual and collective employee relations. Gary has supported a number of TUPE transfers including the implementation of effective information and consultation processes with staff representatives.

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Gary is a chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. He is a trustee of the Oxford Research Group, an independent think-tank that has been influential for 30 years in pioneering the idea of sustainable approaches to security as an alternative to violent global confrontation, through original research, wide-ranging dialogue, and practical policy recommendations. He also has experience of board membership of a charitable organisation providing housing, support and other community-based services to meet the needs of people who have either a learning disability or a mental health problem.

Before launching GHC, Gary held director level posts in the voluntary sector and the National Health Service.



Gary Hill Consulting’s network of associate consultants represents a broad range of specialist knowledge and professional experience. The benefit of this collaborative network is that it allows us to create unique project teams, custom-made to suit the assignment. This means that we can operate flexibly and cost effectively.

Our associates include professionals who specialise in organisation development, executive coaching, health and safety management, public finance, cost improvement and performance reviews, HR and reward management and the development of internet strategies.