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For a small business like ours, it’s easy to fall behind with the changes in employment law. Russell HR Consulting keep us up to speed, and really make dealing with personnel matters simple. Knowing that their expertise is always there and that they will get back to us promptly gives us the confidence to get on and deal with HR problems before they become too serious, so that we can get on with running the company itself.

John Yea, Managing Director, British Motor Heritage


The HR Headmistress' blog

Is The Sun Over The Yardarm Yet?

11th August 2014

The sun is shining and we all want to enjoy the good weather while it lasts. The days of wine and roses are not long, especially in the UK. The idea of a British summer conjures up images of strawberries, cricket, outdoor living in suitably...

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Bitcoins: Are You on Board For The Future of Finance?

8th August 2014

Alternative currencies have been with us for some time now. Most are local currency schemes which generally aim to stimulate economic activity locally by implementing a payment mechanism (often including actual vouchers) that can be used to buy...

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Recruitment – The Other Side of The Employment Law Coin

6th August 2014

As an employment lawyer, my involvement in employment relationships normally comes at the back end: helping to bring about a painless parting of the ways or picking up the pieces at an employment tribunal on occasions when the sorrow of parting...

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The Mysterious Case of The Dancing Tea Cake

4th August 2014

Last week saw the opening of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. With over nine million viewers, one of the hits of the opening ceremony included dancers dressed as giant Tunnock’s tea cakes. One of these dancers was nursery worker Amy...

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The Temps Will Take Over!

1st August 2014

According to the latest Future of Work report from PwC, 20% of the UK workforce will be made up of temporary and contracted staff by 2022. This is quite a significant statement, and if correct may well cause difficulties for whichever government...

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