A Port in a storm…

So, almost unnoticed behind the stramash of George Osborne’s eighth budget, the Government has been defeated again in the House of Lords over it’s Trade Union Bill.  As before, the headlines are all about the impact on Labour Party funding.  As before, the implications for trade unions and workers’ rights to organise themselves and, in […]

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Your Human Rights – do you know what you need to know?

In delivering a course on Human Rights, I learnt that we all know less than we ought to, and concluded that Human Rights are a key Industrial Relations issue. During September and October, I was proud to be working with the Workers’ Educational Association Scotland in delivering a training course titled Whit’s Sae Wrang Wi’ […]

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The future for Employment Tribunal fees?

Applications to the Employment Tribunal in Great Britain have nose-dived since fees were introduced in 2014. But is it good for 70% more people to bite their lip? And is there an alternative to calling their bluff? Recent Employment Tribunal figures show that the total number of claims for unfair dismissal in Great Britain fell […]

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Targetted training!

Strathesk Resolutions waterfall

Strathesk Resolutions design and deliver customised mentoring and advanced coaching programmes beginning with a training needs analysis to identify specific requirements. These provide training and assistance in areas as diverse as: Negotiating with employers or employees, Handling bullying & harassment in the workplace, Succession planning. We’re also developing courses on ‘Working in Partnership’ and the ‘Information & Consultation of Employees […]

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Contributing to the debate…!

  Strathesk Resolutions is currently delighted to be partnering with the Workers’ Educational Association to deliver a training course titled “Whit’s Sae Wrang wi’ Human Richts?”. The course explores the history of human rights, the legal framework and the issues surrounding the current Government’s proposals to replace the Human Rights Act with a Bill of […]

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