Those closest to us are not always going to be the right people with whom to judge the regulation of our behaviour.
Goldman Sachs have updated their dress code and it’s made the national press. In itself it only matters to those… Read more Dressed to Recruit
Working nine to five, commuting to an office where everyone else works the same hours, is a working pattern that’s… Read more Businesses are starving themselves of skills by insisting on the Nine to Five
“People leave managers not companies” – I’ve seen this statement a few times now, managers may not always be the reason for leaving but there are certainly times they are.
Dealing with bullying and harassment can be difficult, it’s often difficult to explain, give examples of and put into words.
It’s been a quiet month for me on the blog front, but I am back and reflecting on the fact… Read more It’s Good to Talk!
Social media as a professional or learning tool, many are surprised when I say this. Social media may not be… Read more Social Media at Work? Why you absolutely should!
Imagine if you were told by your employer that you could not go to the funeral of a loved one?… Read more Bereavement Policy?
Sometimes we learn some really useful stuff when we least expect it!
Outside of my HR role I work with 14-18 year old young women in Girlguiding UK, they are fantastic young women at… Read more Success – what is it really?