The HR Headmistress' blog

Medical Information and GDPR

5th June 2019

Over the last couple of weeks I seem to have spent a lot of time dealing with employees’ health. If an employee is unwell employers are expected to do what they reasonably can to gain an understanding of the condition with a view to making...

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You’re Having a Laugh!

29th May 2019

Laughter strengthens your immune system, reduces stress and muscle tension. Roaring with laughter can lower blood pressure, exercise the lungs, pump more oxygen into the bloodstream and activate the endorphins that make us feel happy. Doctors...

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How to Ask For Help

22nd May 2019

Most of us don’t like asking for help at work. Asking colleagues for help can bring out all sorts of fears - of being rejected, liked less, or even of looking silly - which is why we might not ask even when we really do need help. In modern...

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Employer’s Knowledge of Disability

15th May 2019

In Baldeh v Churches Housing Association of Dudley and District Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) allowed an appeal by an employee against the original tribunal’s decision to reject her claim for disability related discrimination.

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How Should Employers Deal with References Post-GDPR?

8th May 2019

Just recently one of my clients accepted the resignation of an employee who had been offered another job. He had been less than satisfactory during his brief employment, and they were gearing up to deal with it formally, though he wasn’t...

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