Home office accused of code breach after Suella Braverman’s statement

The fallout over Home Secretary Suella Braverman telling a Holocaust survivor she “won’t apologise” for her language around immigration intensified on Saturday, with the Home Office accused of violating the Civil Service Code over its defence of the Tory MP’s comments. During an event in her Fareham constituency on Friday, Ms Braverman was confronted by … Continue reading Home office accused of code breach after Suella Braverman’s statement

Creating workplace culture for constructive change

Photo by Elevate Digital on Pexels.com Speak to most BAME employees in the UK and they will have a story where they have felt excluded from their workplace because of a comment from a colleague. “Where are you actually from?" "You've got great hair; can I touch it?" "Sorry, I thought you were working in … Continue reading Creating workplace culture for constructive change

How to manage pandemic-related crisis in organizations

Photo by Elevate Digital on Pexels.com As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, protecting your startup or small businesses means having a plan. To keep your company healthy during the coronavirus outbreak and positioned well for success when it’s over, take advantage of these seven contingency and business planning tips. 1. Put health and safety first If … Continue reading How to manage pandemic-related crisis in organizations

Married police officer Meagan Hall dismissed for on-shift sex and illegal affairs with colleagues

A police officer named Maegan Hall and several of her colleagues has been terminated from their positions as police officers due to their involvement in multiple workplace affairs. The internal investigation, conducted in December, revealed that the officers engaged in various sexual misconduct, such as exchanging explicit photos, stripping off in a “Girls Gone Wild” hot tub … Continue reading Married police officer Meagan Hall dismissed for on-shift sex and illegal affairs with colleagues