Islamaphobia and Bathmaphobia, but should it be Metathesiophobia?
The HR Brexit Blog written by Helen Jamieson Welcome to the 2nd Brexit blog from Jaluch. The Brexit years are going to be a testing time for HR. This blog aims to address some of the issues we, as a profession, have to face as and when they emerge. This week my question for […]
5 key HR skills for surviving Trump’s madhouse
Welcome to this week’s blog. At the moment I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. If I laugh my pitch is likely to be pretty high and the laugh more akin to hysteria than true mirth. If I cry it’s because Trump and Farage between them have unleashed tensions in our societies never before […]
Difficult people at work – who’s making your life a misery?
All too often managers phoning our advice line ask for legal support with their ‘difficult person’. And all too often in training sessions am I asked to provide managers with my most amazing insights into how we should manage the difficult people in our teams. I think that delegates think they are asking me to […]
Is workplace anger making life miserable?
A topic that seems to have raised its head on a regular basis over the past few months has been that of anger. Perhaps prompted by us at Jaluch supporting a lot of organisations with redundancies, grievances and disciplinaries at the moment…. a real hotbed of change and unrest perhaps brought on in part by […]
What a miserable mess!
About role models, leadership examples and companies that think tech trumps law. In writing a blog this week, I really don’t know where to begin. Should I write about the unholy mess that is Uber? Uber has potentially just hit the rails in the UK after ploughing ahead with its jaw dropping business model that […]
‘Talking’ of Repercussions when you don’t keep your Data safe!
Today I read about Talk Talk being fined £400,000 for security failings that led to the data of over 150,000 customers being stolen in a cyber attack. The Information Commissioner’s response has been pretty swift given that this occurred less than 12 months ago. I think this is the largest fine I have ever seen […]
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