Kate Russell has helped us with training on Workplace Investigations and Return to Work Interviews. Kate was diligent in checking our needs before the training was delivered, and in checking our needs had been met after. The training itself was an engaging mix of expert knowledge and practical exercises, with plenty of group discussion. Kate was enthusiastic about the subject matter, and her extensive knowledge and experience was both interesting and hugely useful to the group. Feedback from our managers is that they have been able to apply the training directly in the workplace and it has greatly increased their confidence and skill in dealing with unplanned absence. Excellent training, and the in-house deliver made it very cost-effective.

Ben Steeden, Learning and Development Manager, Family Investments

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Nurse Suspended for Offering to Pray for Elderly Patient's Recovery

9th February 2009

From The Telegraph 1st February 2009 I thought this was rather a sad comment on our times............ A committed Christian, has been accused by her employers of failing to demonstrate a “personal and professional commitment to equality and...

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'Discretionary' Bonus Had to Be Paid

2nd February 2009

Many employers offer bonuses and commission on a discretionary basis. But in some cases the discretionary element hardens and can become a contractual entitlement. This is what happened in a recent case.

Mr Small was a warehouseman who worked for...

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Tantric HR - The Yes...YES...YES Moment!

22nd January 2009

Tantric HR is the “Yes...YES...YES!” moment that has you hopping up and down with excitement because you’ve just scored a particularly great deal for a client. We love it when we do that and break out the cake to celebrate.


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Gutridge v Sodexho - A Real Life TUPE Horror Story for Employers?

19th January 2009

The law relating to the transfer of an undertaking (TUPE) is complex and most of us prefer to avoid it. The TUPE legislation has given us all sorts of challenging cases. Gutridge is no exception.

Mrs Gutridge was employed as a cleaner by North...

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The HR Hotshots Grimace For The Camera

1st December 2008

Over the last few months my team has grown rapidly and we now have a great range of HR expertise on board. As well as being able to provide the most practical employment law advice going, we also have specialists in pay and benefits, change...

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