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The HR Headmistress' blog
13th September 2016
There is always a hum of social media chatter these days. Top of the Twitter trends as I write this is the shocking news that the Great British Bake Off is moving to Channel 4. Well, there you go....... I am constantly amazed how many people...
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18th December 2013
In the course of our wanderings through the Looking Glass world of HR we meet some brilliant people who a) make sense of it; b) give good advice and c) have a sense of humour and thus keep us sane. My favourite employment solicitor and blog guest...
Wed 18th Dec 2013 | Tagged as:
27th April 2012
This week, my colleague Susie represented the claimant at a mock-tribunal for a local CIPD group. Despite the fact that the respondent was represented by a very competent and experienced advocate, Susie won. So this week, I thought today I would...
Fri 27th Apr 2012 | Tagged as:
18th October 2011
Unless you're a solicitor, the arrival of an ET1 tribunal claim does tend to cast a gloom over the morning. Employment tribunal claims have risen considerably in recent years. In the current climate contractual variations and redundancy...
Tue 18th Oct 2011 | Tagged as:
6th October 2011
Principles are all very well, but they can be seriously expensive and thus, irrespective of the rights and wrongs of the matter, the majority of employment tribunal claims are settled in order to avoid the stress and expense of attending a...
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