I have the rather long-winded title of professional support lawyer (PSL for short) counsel in A&O’s Litigation Employment team. It’s my job to make sure our lawyers are up-to-date with the latest developments and trends, and to transfer that knowledge to clients in a way that is accessible, relevant and desirable. I design most of our training and products for clients, and love coming up with new ways to do old things.
Posts by Sheila
- Dignity and respect should not be the preserve of the majority
- Momentum for #BLM
- Redundancy and pregnant employees
- Unprecedented or disruption?
- Hot stuff – International Women's Day 2020
- Diversity goes mainstream
- Can inappropriate Whatsapp messages be used to justify termination and treat shareholders as bad leavers?
- Black man in a hoody
- Please can I have a pay rise?
- Pride and Prejudice
- A workplace culture reminiscent of roses
- Minds matter, so let’s talk about mental health
- Liam Neeson - villain or hero?
- Love Island Disrupted
- Post-punk, the youth and anti-discrimination
- Level playing field
- Too fat, too slutty, too loud
- It’s a dog’s life – introducing workplace paw-ternity leave
- The Wimbledon Champion and the Doctor
- Guerrilla Girls and Fisticuffs
- Ramadan in the Workplace
- The Chelsea Flower Show – the employment garden
- Lessons from Leicester
- Girls just want to have fun
- Privacy - do employees have a right to it?
- Gender pay gap – women over 40
- Lessons from the street: How to engage Millennials
- Summer holiday listening (part two) – powerful women and transgender
- Summer holiday listening (part one) – ageist stereotypes
- Drumming up inspiration for employment law in Spitalfields
- Europe – in or out?
- Whistleblowing in Financial Services – Changes Proposed by the Regulators
- Whistleblowing in a digital age
- The long and winding road to equal pay
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