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The HR Headmistress' blog
13th December 2017
Fatigue compromises safety. It has been identified as a contributory factor to some of the worst disasters in recent times: the Three Mile Island accident in Pennsylvania, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident in Russia, and the grounding of...
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8th May 2013
The great, albeit acid tongued Dorothy Parker was a fantastically gifted writer, but a troubled person. She was married three times, drank heavily and survived three suicide attempts. One of her most famous poems is Résumé, a...
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30th April 2013
Dyslexia is quite a common condition. In fact, it’s estimated that 10% of the British workforce may be dyslexic. Back in the day, it was never formally recognised as a medical condition, and individuals who got their letters and numbers...
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22nd April 2013
I was reminded if the name of this fantasy film when I dealt with our latest case of an employee who is not meeting her employer’s expectations, but the employer is showing great nervousness about dealing with it. It’s a very typical...
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4th April 2013
The long-awaited Easter weekend has now been and gone. Many of us will have feasted on chocolate eggs until we were ready to explode (some of my team are particularly partial to a spot of chocolate, whether it’s egg or Easter bunny shaped)....
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