Author Archives: teagoemplaw

Cheers, Dave

So, David Cameron left the office of Prime Minister this afternoon.  Many paid tribute to him for his 6 years of service to the country.  Many others consider that any and all good he may have done over that time … Continue reading

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Bit of Politics….

Obviously I’m writing this in the days following the referendum on whether the United Kingdom should remain in the European Union or leave it. I voted to stay in, but that’s really only incidental to this post.  I really don’t … Continue reading

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Desperately Seeking Damon

Originally posted on teagoemplaw:
Some years ago, I dealt with an extremely difficult case where emotions ran high.  An employee (who was still employed) brought claims against their employer and their manager. The employee was unrepresented but wouldn’t communicate via…

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Madam knows best

Those of you who know me a bit will know that a reference to a “Madam” is usually to one of my delightful, yet high-maintenance, daughters. Not this time. Last night, I attended a seminar given by Madam Becky Adams, … Continue reading

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Work and breastfeeding – are they compatible?

Originally posted on teagoemplaw:
The NHS Infant Feeding Survey (carried out every 5 years) consistently shows that the majority of women stop breastfeeding by the time their child is 6 months old (just 1% of women are still breastfeeding exclusively…

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Why I teach… (reprise)

I’ve just finished back to back presenting gigs for my long standing client BPP Professional Education.  Yesterday in London and today in Manchester I ran the Settlement Agreement Masterclass. Now, I don’t want anyone to be under any illusion that … Continue reading

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HR Bath – who wants to jump in?

As friends both online and offline are well aware, I am a massive fan of Twitter and take every opportunity to sing its praises.  Nowhere else can one initiate conversations with real people from all walks of life in quite … Continue reading

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