Review of Staff Handbook

Posted in : HR Updates on 11 April 2011
Nicola Shaw
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Nicola Shaw writes:

Do you ever start something and then really – and I mean, REALLY – regret it? From baking a cake, stripping wallpaper to weeding the garden? Imagine yourself in that space for that is how I feel about the review of the Staff Handbook!! It just goes on and on and is like a heavy burden weighing heavy on my mind. Every week I start with good intentions that this will be the week that it gets completed...

I started the week with good intentions and clear resolve that it was a priority and would be completed in double quick time. But, like most things, it hasn’t quite gone to plan. When working in HR and other support functions, there is only so much of our working time that

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