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Put a Halt to Inappropriate Behaviour

11th January 2016

Over the past few days the behaviour of West Indies Batman Chris Gayle has been under scrutiny following his ‘wildly inappropriate’ and ‘out of line’ remarks to a female news reporter.

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Can I Take Disciplinary Action While the Employee is Sick?

17th August 2015

Employees seem to think that by getting themselves signed off they can avoid disciplinary proceedings. It has become a commonplace reaction for employees who are facing discipline to go sick, usually with stress. Quite often the ill health...

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Does Pretending To Sleep On The Job Merit Dismissal?

13th July 2015

Life in our office fairly often feels like a 21st century version of Alice in Wonderland. I am quite regularly asked to believe six impossible things before breakfast. I know we’re not the only ones who hear this stuff...... There was the...

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A Little Too Much Sun

6th July 2015

Prosecco sales are rocketing. Trains are late because the rails are buckling. The Barton Road Swing Bridge which spans the Manchester Ship Canal got stuck again and the fire brigade had to come and hose it down. Telegraph writer Bryony Gordon...

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