Collection of Polaroids of the You HR team

Nichola’s Black History Month Hero

I’d like to tell you some background on my Hero before I move onto why I choose them. Born Steveland on the 13th May 1950, Saginaw, Michigan. Steveland was born prematurely, Steveland was placed in an incubator for life support. However, an excess of oxygen resulted in the scarring and detachment of his retina leading to a condition known as Retinopathy of Prematurity which resulted in his blindness. A fine harmonica, drum and piano player by the age of 10, but it was his voice that got him signed to Motown a year later. Without seeing the images would you of guessed who i was referring too? During the 60’s,... Read More

Jonna’s Black History Month Hero 2017

Nelson Mandela I’m not quite sure why I am so drawn to South Africa, I have often wondered if I descended from this beautiful country in a former life. Maybe it was following his release on TV in the February (11th) of 1990 that intrigued me, as a teenager I couldn’t quite comprehend why he had been imprisoned for speaking out… My passion for South Africa continued and I spent the best part of 2 years living there in my twenties; and they really were two years of living – like I never have done before. I followed a great deal of Mandela’s history as I explored the country and... Read More

Toni-Dee’s Black History Month Hero

At You HR Consultancy we are celebrating Black History Month 2017! As a team we have each chosen a Black History Month Hero who has inspired us. We want to celebrate these significant individuals and the impact they have had on the world. We all have commitment to Inclusion, Equality & Diversity. As a team we strive for this! We want to help you to strive for this also. Black history Month is great way to celebrate and recognise Equality & diversity and many great people who have impacted us.   Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud As a passionate reader and equality champion my Black History Month... Read More

ACAS news on unfair dismissal…

Female worker dismissed after 20 years of service….The need to investigate absence: a tribunal has ruled that dismissing a ‘long-serving, vulnerable employee without proper medical advice and consideration was understandably distressing and more than trivial     Unfair dismissal – an ‘exceptional case’: ‘dismissed by What’sApp’, ‘no investigation’, failure to follow ‘a recognised disciplinary process’ and an appeals process that ‘appears to have been a sham’. While the judge’s decision.. http://www.burtonmail.co.uk/8203-burton-imam-was-unfairly-dismissed-but-will-get-no-compensation-court-rules/story-30027769-detail/story.html We operate a preventative approach, and work hard to ensure that situations in the workplace don’t get to this point. Call us to find out more…01491 820 800


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