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The HR Headmistress' blog
27th February 2019
Over the years I have experienced several situations where an employee or applicant for a role has not had the outcome he or she wanted and has suggested that the decision had been based unlawfully on a protected characteristic. The clients in...
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21st November 2018
OK. It’s got to be done. It’s time for the annual Grinchathon. Sorry folks, but Christmas is riddled with risk. Every year I write to remind my clients and they all nod wisely but I am not fooled ……. And every year, at...
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29th September 2016
Tattoos stir strong feelings. Last year journalist Bill Borrows wrote in The Telegraph that tattoos are: “ugly and utterly pointless. How have we come to believe that tacky sentiments or lazy quotes inked indelibly into a man's skin are the...
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27th September 2016
In the films, Anything and Reassignment, Hollywood has been under attack for using cisender actors (non trans) but whose gender matches their ‘’assigned’’ sex at birth in transgender roles. Cisender = denoting or relating...
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22nd September 2016
People get extraordinarily excited over celebrity break ups. You’d have thought the world had come to an end the way social media and news rooms reacted over Angelina Jolie’s application for divorce ending her 12 year relationship and...
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