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Neil Butcher (FCIPD)

UK & Ireland HR Expert

Neil has spent over thirty years working within HR at senior and Director level.

His experience, both nationally and internationally, has covered a wide range of industries including Healthcare, Water, Hotels, Public Transportation and Waste Management.

During this time Neil successfully managed the HR element of the merger between two of the largest waste management Companies in the UK , involving over 10,000 employees.

He has also been responsible for the succession planning for a global organisation working across over 20 countries. Neil has an MA in HR Management and has been a Fellow of the CIPD since 2006.

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  1. Hi Neil, I work for a company that is based out of the United States in Massachusetts. However, the owner of the company is both a US and Irish citizen and we are looking to expand our services into Ireland and the UK. Do you mind giving me advice on how to register our business in the UK/Ireland and how we can use his Irish citizenship to our advantage? I appreciate your help. Sincerely, Kristen Question from Kristen Fitzpatrick on 23/02/2018

    Neil says:

    Hi Kristen,

    Thank you for your message and question. I am going to contact our solicitor over in Ireland with regards to your question and get back to you as soon as I hear back from him.

    In the meantime if you are thinking of expanding into the UK and Ireland please do visit our website as this is something we would be happy to assist with as you set up.

    Do you have an email address I can contact you on directly when I get a response from Ireland?

    Best regards


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