Workplace Bullying

- Blog, Disciplinary Procedure, Employment, recruitment, Workplace bullying

Tweet Workplace Bullying This weekends launch of a new version of a book by political journalist Andrew Rawnsley, and the relaunch of the Observer in a new format, all in the year of a UK general election have brought to the front pages of many newspapers the issues of Workplace Bullying. But, unfortunately the political […]

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Political Jobs: State Opening of Parliament

- economics, Employment, government jobs, politics

Tweet Political Jobs: State Opening of Parliament Today, is the first day of the year, apparently. You didn’t know? Well, today is the State Opening of Parliament, the traditional start of the political year. You have to wonder whether MP’s in their safe political jobs have learnt anything in 2009, when the start of their […]

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Economy Jobs: Just the end of the beginning

- economics, Education, job search, Professional CV, sunday thoughts, tutorial

Tweet Economy Jobs: Just the end of the beginning photo credit: stuartpilbrow After a torrid month of politics, and a positive month of economics, it is difficult not to be positive about the value of democracy to the British people. But neither the economic crisis which started in the 2000’s build up of debt is […]

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You’re fired!

- career change, career coaching, economics, rich & famous, sunday thoughts

Tweet You’re fired! photo credit: MairiMcCann A man in UK politics need to be fired this week! After an interesting week in Westminster and UK politics, it is pretty obvious that a man in UK political circles needs to be fired. He is not performing at the level either required of the position, or he […]

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HMRC adds to credit crunch with IR35 win in Essex

- Employer, Employment, HMRC, Legal

Tweet HMRC IR35 HMRC have been continuing their fight on IR35, and have won a case against an Essex based construction company, resulting in a bill for £800,000 Background: UK employee’s pay two types of tax in their pay: Income Tax, and National Insurance. The later is supposed to pay/contribute for areas such as the […]

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