New Partnership deal to provide companies with a “One-Stop-Compliance-Shop”

15th October 2019


A specialist Data Protection consultancy company and a local Human Resource (HR) management firm, have teamed up to provide a unique service offering to Companies and Organisations a “One-Stop-Compliance-Shop”.  Data Protection Training & Auditing Services and Hands-On HR will help companies be compliant with current legislation in the areas of:  Data Protection and the GDPR; Human Resources and Health & Safety.

“We are very excited with this partnership” said Eugene Grant, Principal Consultant of Hands-On HR.  “It’s clear that small to medium sized organisations are looking for an affordable compliance partner to ensure there are on the right side of any legislative or regulatory in terms of their client and staff data and legal obligations.  Through this partnership, we can now address their compliance needs with a value for money proposition”.

John Nealon managing Director of Data Protection training and Auditing Services stated that, “the benefits of using our “One-Stop-Shop” Regulatory Compliance Service includes access to a team of subject matter specialists, which ensures your company is up to date with Data Protection, HR and Health & Safety legislation.  This expertise ensures that business owners have peace of mind.

Our service will also deliver practical benefits to companies including gains in efficiency and quality; flexibility to scale; single point of contact; reduced burden on internal infrastructure and resources and effective cost reduction.”

At a recent function, the partnership was welcomed by Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation, Heather Humphreys, TD.  The Minister wished the two companies every success into the future and detailed that “data protection and human resource compliance work hand in hand, and are hugely important for organisations.  I believe this partnership will deliver a quality service to their clients in the areas of Data Protection; HR and Health & Safety compliance.”

For further information contact John Nealon or Fionnualla McKenna on 042 9749515 or email