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Kate & her colleagues have provided HR support on a range of matters over the last few years. The sort of things I’ve asked for help with include dealing with poor performance, stress, apprentices, sickness, the sad death of an employee and an outbreak of strong political views in the workplace. Whatever I’ve asked for help Kate has always advised me quickly, giving me options and explaining why they are recommending the route they have. She and her team make sure that I understand the advice so I can apply it properly. They take a genuine interest in my business, and are so sensible and practical. Kate’s built a great team that don’t just give flip answers - they really think about the right solutions for us. I wish more businesses gave such good service. Kate and co are a real pleasure to work with.
Rex Nye, Managing Director, DW Nye
The HR Headmistress' blog
9th April 2009
This story about managing attendance was sent to us by one of our business contacts. It tickled us, so we thought it worth a mention. “
My in-laws run a limited company which is largely funded through public grants, and due to the nature of...
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2nd April 2009
For the first time in the UK there are more people over 65 than under 16 and demands are being made more vociferously for people to be able to work beyond pensionable age.
Last week two immigration judges, Stuart Southgate and Jeremy Varcoe, who...
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Judge Rules That Environmental Campaigner Religious Discrimination Law to Make a Claim for Unfair Dismissal.
26th March 2009
Doing so much employment law training means we have to work constantly to keep on top of developing areas and cases. The case of Tim Nicholson, currently being hailed by some environmentalists as a ‘green martyr’, after being made...
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17th March 2009
Despite our reputation for commercial toughness and robust handling of HR, we do have a bit of a soft side.
Several years ago we started working with Dogs for the Disabled and have become firm fans of their work. Not only do the dogs give...
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12th March 2009
While the HR Headmistress rather relishes a bit of a skirmish, at Russell HR Consulting, we do try to minimise the tears-before-bedtime scenario. And so it came about that we decided to introduce a new service to our HR portfolio.
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