Sexual Harassment And Leadership In The Workplace About the event Join Emily Anthony, Client Relationship Partner at Chwarae Teg and I next month on 15th September at the next Wales HR Network event. Emily will be discussing a pioneering project designed to eradicate sexual harassment in the workplace across the UK, and I will be providing […]
Sponsor for Wales Hockey Player Jo Westwood It is a real honour to sponsor Jo Westwood this year as she prepared for and competed in the Commonwealth Games representing Wales. I have a passion for seeing women grow in sport, with all the personal development, health and wellbeing benefits that it brings, inspiring our future
The 2021 Wales HR Awards were held in the stunning Parkgate Hotel in July this year with Be Business Fit sponsoring the Employer of Choice Award. The nominees up for the award were Ogi, Gower College and Freshwater with Freshwater winning the award for Employer of Choice as well as Best Response to Covid 19.
I have lost count of the amount of times I have talked about carpets over the course of my career. You know, those ones that you lift up and sweep stuff underneath that is too difficult to deal with – apparently for the issue never to be seen again. Things like, speaking to someone
Copied in on emails. Reply to all emails. Sending emails when you are working in the office next door. Sending very long or very short emails. No please or thank you. Forwarding emails with no context. No response to an email. Sending an email out of normal office hours. The list can go on, but
The spectre of redundancy looms large over many of us at this time; if you’re an employer your emotions might be cycling through fear, failure, despair and anger. And if you’re an employee on the receiving end of that redundancy notice you’re also likely to be fearful of the future, perhaps angry and despairing too.