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The HR Headmistress' blog
17th November 2016
Last Friday on 11th November at 11:00am silence fell on the Russell HR office to remember those who lost their lives serving their country in time of war. It’s important to remember and respect what these men and women did for us,...
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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...
Thu 29th Sep 2016 | Tagged as:
21st June 2016
In May actress and temporary receptionist Nicola Thorp refused to wear heels for her job at PwC. Ms Thorp arrived at her day job as a receptionist in flat black shoes. Before she was able to start her day she was told that if she didn’t get...
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20th July 2015
Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton was recently turned away from the Royal Box at Wimbledon for not complying with the dress code. He may have been well dressed by his standards but he did not wear the necessary jacket or tie and was therefore...
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5th June 2015
Summer is upon us (allegedly) which means the annual debate about what’s OK to wear in hot weather and what’s not will soon be starting.
You might think that workplace dress codes should be a fairly simple HR matter to sort out, but...
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