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Hi I have recently returned back to work after a 2 year break after having my bubba.  I have been very lucky in being appointed to a standalone hr manager role - looks like I am going to have my work cut out for me and I wondered if anybody would be interested in being my mentor, I have approached CIPD without success.  Looking for ideally someone I could run through things with as well as double checking we are being compliant as we have lots of change management pieces coming up! Please IM me if interested thanks for reading. 

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By Shonette
16th Aug 2016 11:18

Hello - I'll also stick this in our Facebook group and on Twitter to see if anyone is interested!

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By Robert Purse
17th Aug 2016 09:41

Extensive experience of mentoring. Currently a Virgin Start Up mentor (1 mentee) & mentoring MD of a small privately-owned group of companies, plus a post-graduate research student.

Happy to help & you can check me out on LinkedIn

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By Dominic O'Byrne
22nd Aug 2016 15:35

Hi. We are a legal practice based in Southwest London, and our specialist areas include Business Law and HR. We have wide and proven experience working as the de facto in-house lawyers for companies across a wide range of sectors including sport, film-making, education, accounting and property - both here and in the Asia-Pacific region. Regarding HR, we also specialize in assisting HR managers and management team members charged with minding HR affairs. To this end we host regular HR forums every 4 - 6 weeks for people just like you; a really nice group of people. I think you mentioned Working Mums, with whom we also have a working relationship and you're welcome to chat with their Mandy Garner about us before taking the plunge. We're a small friendly firm and our senior solicitors are very accessible to clients and people with problems and queries. Coffee?

Call 020 8255 1914 and ask for Richard or Abigail.

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