Advocacy & Litigation

Avoid putting your foot in it. Is forcing women to wear heels legal?

Temporary female employee Nicola Thorpe; was sent home after she told management on her first-day at work as a receptionist in London that she wouldn’t be wearing high heels. After refusing to comply with the organisations strict dress code, she was promptly sent home with no pay. Feeling aggrieved by her situation; Nicola set up …

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Altior trainer Roy Morgan confirmed as a speaker at LAPG Conference

Altior’s advocacy trainer, Roy Morgan has been confirmed as a speaker for the LAPG annual conference taking place in Leeds on Friday 7th October, where he will be presenting and conducting a workshop session on time and stress management at 12noon – 1pm. With over 20 years of trainer experience, Roy is now our lead …

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Why turning education into knowledge requires a special kind of teaching

One of the greatest quotes of all time, when it comes to learning came from Benjamin Franklin, one of the United States founding fathers. “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn,” he said. Well over two centuries since these wise words were first uttered, they remain as …

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