An employment specialist.
I head up our workplace investigations offering acting both as investigator and also adviser on disciplinary and grievance investigations, hearings and appeals. I also head up our senior executive severance work and our employment advice to churches and charities.
I have almost 30 years’ experience as an employment adviser focusing on strategic employment issues. For the past 20 years I have provided investigator expertise and advice in disciplinary and grievance processes mainly for our social housing, local authority and voluntary sector clients. I have also acted for both employers and senior executives including numerous statutory officers in negotiating their severance terms.
I have also had the privilege of advising and supporting many churches, mission agencies and other faith-based charities in respect of recruitment, status, occupational requirement, performance and termination issues.
Chambers 2015 ranked me as a “notable practitioner” for employment.
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